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Temple Shalom for the Arts Rabbi David Baron in Los Angeles, California


Temple Shalom for the Arts Rabbi David Baron

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(310) 444-7500

11022 Santa Monica Boulevard Suite 330

Los Angeles
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CA
90025

Temple Shalom for the Arts Rabbi David Baron is a business providing services in the field of Synagogues. Temple Shalom for the Arts Rabbi David Baron is located in Los Angeles, CA on 11022 Santa Monica Boulevard Suite 330.

Temple Shalom for the Arts Rabbi David Baron telephone number is (310) 444-7500.

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Helpful Tip for: Synagogues


 Synagogues, in Los Angeles, are places of worship and religious congregation for the Jews. Architecturally, these buildings are constructed to face Jerusalem that symbolize that the exiled Jewish community would someday return to Jerusalem. Synagogues have separate prayer sections for men and women.








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