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The Buenos Aires Jewish community is of the largest in the world and its heritage remains very well preserved. Specialists guide this very comprehensive tour, which introduces you the unique features of the Buenos Aires Jewish culture. We explore the traditional Jewish neighbourhood, "Once", the new AMIA building (mutual fund organization whose previous head office suffered a terrorist attack in 1994) and the institute of Jewish studies. We also visit the outstanding Ashkenazi and Sephardic temples, as well as the site where the Israel Embassy used to stand, prior to the 1992 attack. This visit will take you to Israel's Square, the Libertad temple, the Teatro Ift, Instituto Científico Judeo (IWO), "Once" streets and the Paso and Lavalle temples.

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