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Shmuel (Samuel) Synagogue located in Bialystok Poland, is depicted in this keepsake box made by Reuven Masel as part of his synagogues around the world collection. The Synagogue was named after Samuel Mohilewer, a rabbi of Białystok. The Synagogue is no longer in use having been burnt down during World War II.
Along with their team of designers, Reuven and Tzipora Masel have infused their artwork with creative and unique taste, making Jewish Expressions the ultimate in hip and new Jewish Art.
SpecificationsMeasures 4" x 3" x 5"