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3 Synagogues in Costa Rica

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Sephardi Synagogue

Bet Midrash Morashá[

Bet Midrash Morashá Rohrmoser, San Jose, 1200, , Costa Rica
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services
Phone: 506-2912940   Fax: 506-291.2937
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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Chabad Lubavitch de Costa Rica

100 metros oeste del Banco General, Trejos Montealegra Escazu, San Jose, Costa Rica
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 506-4010-1515  

Congregacion Beit Menacem

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Orthodox Synagogue

Sinagoga Shaarei Zion

Carretera a Pavas frente al Banco de San José Costado Este de Acueductos y Alcantarillados, San Jose, , Costa Rica
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services
Phone: (506) 2520-1013   Fax: (506) 2220-1951

More than seventy years ago our fathers and grandfathers began arriving in Costa Rica from Europe (mainly from Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Austria, Romania and Hungary). The first immigration wave began in 1925, fleeing poverty and discrimination. The second wave was of Holocaust survivors who came to our country, in general, to join relatives who had arrived earlier.

The first thing newcomers did was organize a community that would provide religious, social and educational services to its members.

In 1932 the first community building in Avenida 3 and Calle 6, and then in 1934 founded the Jewish Zionist Center of Costa Rica as a communal entity, formally founded as an association since 1937 is acquired.

The Israeli Center is the main Jewish Community institution Costa Rica and mutual aid, charity, formal and informal Jewish education and care of the elderly is responsible, inter alia, to maintain and promote religious activity. The Israeli Center is responsible for managing the Orthodox synagogue, the Orthodox cemetery and social and educational facilities, as well as the Jewish community meet their religious needs such as the monitoring of products that are used and used in accordance with the Jewish dietary rules.

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