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Temple Emanuel, Greensboro

Temple Emanuel, Greensboro

Originally established in 1907, the present Temple Emanuel on North Greene Street was built in 1924, designed by architect Hobart Upjohn in the Georgian style. Additional wings and buildings were constructed later. Temple Emanuel has a gift shop specializing in Judaica, including artwork, jewelry, cards and more. Shabbat services are offered on Friday nights and Saturday mornings.

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Sight Name: Temple Emanuel
Sight Location: Greensboro, USA
Sight Type: Religious
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