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Great ikeharel 2021-03-25 0:40

Lot's of objects to see in this place, Ricardo, the yard filled with many art elements and architecture displays.
The water-jets added some motion to the still photo.
Bom novo dia,
Ike

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Old 03-25-2021, 02:07 PM
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Shalom Ike

I was visiting Recife in August 2018 on my vacation and in the historic center I visited this historic and disabled synagogue (this is just a group of students visiting this tourist place as well). I was curious to know what is written on this "towel" that covered the pulpit. Could you help me?

I couldn't paste the photo here so I will insert in my WS, OK?

Thank you very much

Ricardo
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Old 03-25-2021, 02:46 PM
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Thumbs up The Hebrew inscription

Ola Ricardo,
Here is a translation of the Hebrew inscription:

"Charity of Chaim Zilberman in memory of his ancestors"

This velvet cover on the pulpit is a traditional "gesture" for deceased relatives we get to see in many religious temples, not only for Jewish places.
Have a nice new day,
Ike
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Shalom Ike,

Thank you very much for your kind atention.
I am very grateful to have friends like you.

A big hug

Ricardo
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