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Monday, 19 Tammuz, 5779
  |  July 22, 2019

    Facts About Sweden’s Mikvah

    Gothenburg's first Mikvah was built in 1989, upon the request of the Rebbe. But Shluchim Rabbi Alexander and Leah Namdar say there is a need for a more secure and private location, away from the rowdy nightlife of the city's center. Four unknown facts about Sweden and Mivkah. More

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    Wow!
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    Wow!

    What a stunning Mikvah!

    Beautiful.
    Guest
    Beautiful.

    With a mikvah like this, who wouldn’t go,

    old chaverim
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    old chaverim

    what happened to the old “mikvah” in the basement of torild wolfsgatten 20. that was the original sweden mikvah. ahh the good old days

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