Sunday, 2 April 2017

Greenbank Synagogue, Liverpool


Built in 1936, the historic building has played a part in some of the city’s most important events over the last 79 years, including acting as a refuge for homeless families during the Blitz.
However, after the congregation dwindled to less than 40, there was only one service held per week and it was eventually shut down in 2007.


Esoteric Eric

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