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Princess Anne Visits Chabad Menorah in Leeds

Leeds, England

Rabbi Reuven Cohen and Rabbi Yirmya Angyalfi, Chabad-Lubavitch representatives to Leeds, England, welcomed Princess Anne, the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth, to the public Menorah in Leeds. This Chanukah, the city celebrated  25 years of the first giant Menorah in Europe.

"The Princess was visiting Leeds for an exhibition, and decided last minute to change her plans and visit the large Menorah in the City Square to commemorate the 25th year of our menorah," explained Rabbi Cohen.

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