1989
Gilo, Tse'elim st.

About the project

The Beit Ya’acov Synagogue was built in 1989 to serve the Sephardi community Gilo Gimel (Kiryat Jack D. Weiler). The synagogue includes a sanctuary, women’s gallery, library and office for the synagogue’s approximately 150 members. It is located in a central courtyard area between several housing complexes at the end of Tse’elim and Hadolev Streets.

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