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The Temple, Atlanta

The Temple is a Neo-Classical building that is home to Atlanta's oldest Jewish congregation established in 1867..

The Temple is a Neo-Classical building that is home to Atlanta's oldest Jewish congregation established in 1867.


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About The Temple

 1589 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309, United States

 +1 404-873-1731

 www.the-temple.org

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