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Emanu el beth Sholom Temple

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Building's name

Emanu el beth Sholom Temple


Other name(s): Temple Emanu el beth Sholom

Architect

Max Roth  


Location / address
4100 Sherbrooke Street West
Westmount
Quebec, Canada

Near subway station Atwater

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City of Westmount
Centre de l'Île

3 floors(overground)

Year of completion
1960

Building type
Church

Last update:
2016-10-16

CodeIMTL 4858



Emanu el beth Sholom Temple

Picture by Alexis Hamel - - taken on : 2008:09


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History and facts about this building
The first synagogue at this place was almost completely destroyed by fire in year 50. It was built in 1911.

The first temple of this community was located on Stanley Street .

Hours of masses and other religious events from this churches are not shown because they are subject to change.


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