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Beit T'shuva

Beit T'shuva is a synagogue also known as "Birobidzhan's old synagogue." The structure, located in the Russian city of Birobidzhan, is a Siberian-style wooden house. The Jewish community is led by Rabbi Boris "Dov" Kaufman. As of 2005, religious services have been strictly Jewish and no longer include a blend of Christian and Jewish traditions as had past services.[1][2][3]

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