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Eliahu Ha'navi Synagogue - Stock Image

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'Eliahu Ha'navi' synagogue is one of the four Sephardic synagogues that are located in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem. The synagogue was established in the 16th century and named after Elijah the Prophet. This synagogue is the oldest of the four. The Eliyahu Ha'navi Synagogue mainly served as a beth midrash for Torah study. Also known as Kahal Talmud Torah, it was only used for prayer on festivals. According to legend, the name of the synagogue was given after an event that took place on Yom Kippur, when one person was missing to complete the minyan required for prayer. Out of the blue, a man, unknown to the worshippers, appeared and the service was able to start. The man mysteriously disappeared after the Neilah prayer. The people were sure that the man was none other than Elijah the Prophet..The Hebrew text on the door depicts the name of the synagogue.
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