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The 20th-century Neve Shalom Synagogue was built in the late 1930s to meet the demands of the increasing Jewish population in the area. It evolved to a Jewish primary school and back to a synagogue within the space of 10 years. It was inaugurated as just a synagogue in 1951. Designed by young Turkish Jewish architects, Elyo Ventura and Bernar Motola, it is the largest and most central Sephardic synagogue in the city.
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