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New Synagogue Opens in Moscow’s Domodedovo International Airport

A new synagogue opens in Moscow’s Domodedovo International Airport

By , Moscow, Russia

Photos by Noson Lazovnikov

A new synagogue serving Jewish travelers who pass through Russia’s busiest airport opened this September. More than twenty two million passengers make their way through Moscow’s Domodedovo International Airport every year. Chief Rabbi of Russia Berel Lazar, and the Bareli family, who sponsored the synagogue, joined the lively opening and dedication of a new Torah scroll.


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