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THE

INCREDIBLE

STORY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE



VIDEOS
SYNAGOGUES

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Temples

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Videos
Synagogues

The
Babylonian Exile
and the
Jewish Religion

INSIDE A SYNAGOGUE
LAGAN RE 2016 (4.31)


BEVIS MARKS SYNAGOGUE: EXPLORING
RELIGION IN LONDON
OpenLearn
from The Open University
2016 (4.01)

Hidden in a courtyard away from the main streets, London’s oldest surviving synagogue was built in 1701. It is introduced by the manager, Maurice Bitton.


PLACES OF WORSHIP: JUDAISM -
A SYNAGOGUE AND ARTEFACTS
(Bratislava)
Reonlinevideos (2013) (8.16)

SLOVAK MUSEUM OF JEWISH HISTORY
(Bratislava)
Philippe TANGUY  2009  (5.40)

WALK THROUGH AN ORTHODOX SYNAGOGUE With Yael!
International Fellowship of Christians and Jews
2017 (8.15)

KADOORIE MEKOR HAIM   PORTO PORTUGAL
Synagogue
2012 (6.16)

BELMONTE SYNAGOGUE BEIT ELIYAHU, PORTUGAL
Rami, Tel Aviv 2017 (6.09)

SYNAGOGUE ST. MARY THE WHITE TOLEDO
HI VIP 2015 (3.31)
Santa María la Blanca is a former synagogue in Toledo, Spain. Erected in 1180, it claims to be  the oldest synagogue building in Europe still standing. It became a church in 1405 but no major reforms were done for the change.Its stylistic and cultural classification is unique as it was constructed under the Christian Kingdom of Castile by Islamic architects for Jewish use. It is considered a symbol of the cooperation that existed among the three cultures that populated the Iberian Peninsula during the Middle Ages.

The Synagogue of El Transito was founded by Samuel ha-Levi Abulafia, Treasurer to Peter of Castile, in about 1356. The founder was a member of a family that had served the Castilian kings for several generations and included kabbalists and Torah scholars. It was converted to a church after the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492 and was also converted into a church.

SPAIN, JEWISH SYNAGOGUES AND MONUMENTS
(Cordoba and Toledo)
Samuel Magal  2017 (7.41)

SYNAGOGUES AROUND THE WORLD - 1
Felicitas1950 2014 (19.57)

SYNAGOGUES AROUND THE WORLD - 2
Felicitas1950 2014 (20.56)

JERUSALEM ' S
OLDEST SYNAGOGUE
Elie LEVY   2013 (10.05)

MAKING / HISTORY -
THE SYNAGOGUE REPLICATION PROJECT
trilliumstudios 2012 (8.45)

The Museum of the History of Polish Jews, in collaboration with Handshouse Studio, is rebuilding components of an exquisite 17th-century wooden synagogue. This historic structure will be set within the stunning architectural space of the modern building being planned.

The Museum is under construction
on the site of the former Warsaw Ghetto
facing the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising monument,
and is scheduled to open in 2013.

GWOZDZIEC RE!CONSTRUCTION - REPLICA ROOF OF THE SYNAGOGUE INSTALLED AT THE MUSEUM!
MUZEUM HISTORII ŻYDÓW POLSKICH 2013 (4.02)

April 13th 2013, the replica roof a 17th century synagogue was installed at the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. It is the first element of the Museum's Core Exhibition.

10 years of work, 400 volunteers and experts from around the world, a unique wooden structure, and hundreds of motifs painted by hand using original 17th century materials and techniques -- these are just some of the extraordinary features of the Gwoździec Re!construction project.

MUSEUM OF THE HISTORY OF POLISH JEWS

HOW SCRIBES COPIED THE ANCIENT TEXT .
Josh McDowell

The Jewish scribes had such great reverence for God's Word that it was of the utmost importance to preserve the Scriptures accurately. They took great measures—memorizing 4,000 laws before they could begin to write—to ensure it would be copied, pronounced, and interpreted precisely. Josh McDowell presents to us one of the rarest scrolls in the world, called the Lodz Torah Scroll, showing us that God will always provide the means for His sacred Word to be available

FOUR SEPHARDI SYNAGOGUES, JEWISH QUARTER, OLD CITY JERUSALEM : 1
Les Glassman 2017 (23.57)
Guide: Miriam Safira Simon

FOUR SEPHARDI SYNAGOGUES,
JEWISH QUARTER, OLD CITY JERUSALEM :  2

Les Glassman  2017 (23.57)
Guide: Miriam Safira Simon

GRANDE SYNAGOGUE DE TUNIS -
Produced by Amos Trabelsi
Mamou Andre 2015 (9.59)

TOURIST IN YOUR OWN TOWN #20 -
MUSEUM AT ELDRIDGE STREET
(RESTORED SYNAGOGUE) 2013 (3.34)

The Museum at Eldridge Street is housed in an 1887 restored synagogue located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. This awe-inspiring Moorish, Gothic and Romanesque building was the first great house of worship built by Eastern European Jews settling in New York. After a 20-year restoration campaign, the sanctuary now holds tours, education and cultural events. A must-see for the renovation tour is the monumental stained-glass window that was a collaboration by artist Kiki Smith and architect Deborah Gans.
Visit http://www.eldridgestreet.org

GREAT SYNAGOGUE OF BUDAPEST
(DOHÁNY SYNAGOGUE} PART 2
Peter Rabbit 2010 (9.07)

GREAT SYNAGOGUE OF BUDAPEST
(DOHÁNY SYNAGOGUE} PART 1
Peter Rabbit 2010 (9.59)

The  Great Synagogue of Budapest  (once a Nazi ghetto) the second largest synagogue
in the World.

This video is dedicated to those whose souls rose to the heavens in a ball of fire at the hands of the Nazi murderers

TOURIST IN YOUR OWN TOWN #50 -
TEMPLE EMANU-EL, USA
2017 (3.19)

Temple Emanu-El at One East 65th Street and Fifth Avenue is one of the largest synagogues in the world. It is a massive limestone building completed in 1929 for Emanu-El, the City's oldest Reform Jewish congregation (1845) that merged with the Beth-El congregation in 1927.

Designed by Robert D. Kohn, Charles Butler, and Clarence Stein, in association with Mayers, Murray & Phillip, the building combines Byzantine and early Romanesque form with Moorish and Art Deco style.

Plan Your Visit - emanuelnyc.org

THE ZEMEL CHOIR (L0NDON)
PERFORMING IN
THE RYKESTRASSE SYNAGOGUE (BERLIN)
AT THE LEWANDOWSKI FESTIVAL 2011  (10.41)
Louis Lewandowski's L'adoshem Ha'aretz and Salomon Sulzer's L'cho Dodi
at the final grand concert
of the 2011 International Lewandowski Festival.

GERMANY'S BIGGEST SYNAGOGUE
OPENS AFTER NEARLY 70 YEARS
(THE RYKESTRASSE SYNAGOGUE (BERLIN))
AFTER WORLD WAR II
AP Archive   2015 (4.57)
(IN GERMAN)

WHY DO SOME SYNAGOGUES
HAVE SAND IN THE FLOOR?
AN UNROMANTIC EXPLANATION
Jacques Cukierkorn 2016 (6.00)

ARCHITECTURAL AWAKENING
NEW SYNAGOGUES IN GERMANY
DW ENGLISH (2010) 5.29

Whether it's Dresden, Munich or Chemnitz,
the synagogues built in Germany in recent years
all have something a little spectacular about them. One has elements reminiscent
of the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem,
another glows at night.
Now a new synagogue and Jewish community center has opened in Mainz.
ARTS.21 went along to take a look.

Go to
Classroom Ideas
The Main Features of a Synagogue
 BBC

HOLY CRIBS: THE SYNAGOGUE
TrueTube   2014 (10.26)