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Stop At: Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina, Pasteur 633, C1028AAM CABA, Argentina
In the morning, you will meet our tour guide at the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association (A.M.I.A.), an important symbol of the Jewish community, founded in 1894 to promote the well-being and development of Jewish life in Argentina. This building was the target of a terrorist attack on July 18, 1994. Since this tragic incident, the association has boldly increased its communication and outreach. The visit with a guide of AMIA will allow us to learn more about their valuable contributions that benefit all citizens of Buenos Aires.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Great Temple Paso, Paso 423, C1031ABI CABA, Argentina
. We'll work our way towards the nearby Gran Templo Paso, one of the oldest conservative synagogues in the area, it was established in 1930 on the site of the city's first Talmud Torah.
From here we'll soak up the ambiance of the area, where we may admire the delicacies of a Jewish bakery, stop to meet some local shopkeepers or learn about a historic Yiddish Theater.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Templo Libertad, AAO, Libertad 769, C1012 CABA, Argentina
Lastly, we'll travel down to the Templo Libertad, located near the Teatro Colón, inaugurated in 1875 in the Byzantine style, it was the first synagogue in Buenos Aires.
During the tour, the guide will also explain the history of Nazis in Argentina and the different theories about it.
Duration: 40 minutes