Jewish Harlem
When Harlem Was Jewish: By 1910, Harlem had the third largest Jewish community on the planet, with Warsaw the first
and Lower East Side the second.

Explore Harlem’s Jewish past and today’s culturally rich community. Making stops and pass-by:


The original Ansche Chesed
Congregation Ohab Zedek Synagogue
The first Temple Israel in NYC
Institutional Synagogue /considered the first JCC
Sylvia’s
The Commandment Keepers /A practicing set of Black Jews
Harlem Bazaar
Shalom Aleichem’s apartment building
The Apollo Theater*
The only remaining Synagogue still in operation since the
early 1900s
Astor Row

***Food, beverages and individual purchases not included***

 

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