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Tuesday, 15 Sivan, 5779
  |  June 18, 2019

    $4 Million Shul Recovered

    A magnificent synagogue in Hungary, estimated at $4 million and until recently used as a TV studio, was purchased back by George Rohr. Full Story, Photos

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    amazing
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    amazing

    kol hakavod!!!! keep it up

    WOW!
    Guest
    WOW!

    Words cannot express how I feel.Thank you Mr. Rohr and family for everything.

    beautiful!
    Guest
    beautiful!
    chizuk
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    chizuk

    what a chizuk to the velt, kiddush hashem!

    wow!
    Guest
    wow!

    looks amazing!

    azkir al hatzion
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    azkir al hatzion

    Amazing! Does the rebbe know about this?

    wow!
    Guest
    wow!

    That is beautiful!!!! I wonder if anyone has older relatives from that area who remembers this shul in use?

    butiful!!
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    butiful!!

    theee MOST BEAUTIFUL SHUL IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD!!!!!!

    restoring
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    restoring

    i hope they are restoring it to its old look and not making it too modern

    to #6
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    to #6

    what a smart question!

    770
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    770

    They should change the front to look like 770

    We Have It In Crown Heights Too
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    We Have It In Crown Heights Too

    Hard to believe Jews could sell such a building, but even here in Crown Heights we see magnificent edifices (Kingston Avenue and Park Place for example) that were built as synagogues and then later sold.

    Uforatzto..
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    Uforatzto..

    Obuda is out near the shopping centres, right? Great to have a shul in the suburbs where Jews who “make it” in Eastern Europe tend to build homes.

    wher is it?
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    wher is it?

    for those who were ther e we would like to know

    restoring
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    restoring

    i hope they give it a modern look, not restore to some old-fashioned shul

    I think it is near the Kempinski and Auchan
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    I think it is near the Kempinski and Auchan

    I think Obuda is near the Kempinski hotel and Auchan which you get to from the Pest side of the city. If I am wrong then it is closer to the airport. In any case it is in a nice, almost suburban but also historical part of town.

    Fellow shluchim
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    Fellow shluchim

    mazal tov on the building Rabbi Koves. may you use it in good health from strength to strength. thank you george rohr for your kind genorisity and continued support to chabad worldwide. God blesses those who helps others.

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