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|Ecclesiastical or organizational status||Active Synagogue|
|Leadership||Rab. Sergio Bergman|
Buenos Aires, Argentina
The Sinagoga de la Congregación Israelita Argentina, also called Templo Libertad, is a synagogue situated in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Situated on Libertad street, near the famous Teatro Colón, the synagogue is home to the Congregación Israelita de la República Argentina and houses a Jewish history museum.
The cornerstone was laid in 1897. The construction of the building took 35 years, and it was inaugurated in 1932. The project was led by the engineers Alejandro Enquin and Eugenio Gantner. The building's style has influences from German synagogues of the mid-XIX century. It has capacity for 700 people.
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