Congregation Beth Shalom, Vedado

The Jewish population of Cuba was once believed to have been over 15,000 strong. Many left the country following the Revolution and the number is now believed to be around 1,500, most of whom live in Havana. The conservative temple of Beth Shalom in Vedado is considered to be the cultural center of Jewish life in Cuba.

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