This Day in Jewish History 2007: New West End Synagogue Listed as U.K. National Landmark

Founded in 1877, the synagogue is widely held to be the most beautiful in England, even if to this day British Jewry remains divided over its leadership squabble 50 years ago.

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On August 7, 2007, Londons New West End Synagogue became the second Jewish house of worship in the United Kingdom to be listed as a Grade I national landmark. (The first was Bevis Marks Synagogue, in Londons...