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Free Synagogue of Flushing

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Free Synagogue of Flushing

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13623 Sanford Ave, Flushing, NY 11355-3100
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Flushing – Main StNew York City Subway4 min
Mets – Willets PointNew York City Subway19 min
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When travelers think of New York City, Manhattan is typically what comes to mind, but the city is much bigger than just one borough. On this busy sightseeing tour, you can see more as you're whisked to Queens, the Bronx, and Brooklyn—all in one day. From Harlem in Upper Manhattan to the Brooklyn Bridge, with an optional stop at Coney Island's iconic boardwalk, see more of the Big Apple.
$75.00 per adult
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This is place of worship for Jewish community and very old at this place since long. They welcome anyone walking in.
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May be the oldest Synagogue in the area. It was old in the 50's when I worked in Flushing. It's now 2019. Do the math. I have to look on the building to see if there's date and will update.
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I grew up going to this temple in the 80's. Beautiful building with the famous stair out front. Lots of memories!
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This was the temple I went to as a child, way back when - 1980s. The sanctuary is beautiful. I remember the Torah was kept in a separate room. This temple makes anyone who walks in feel welcome no matter your religion. I will never forget all of the stairs to the front doors. In
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The central place of worship isn't open to the public so plan ahead by emailing or calling the main office phone number. I toured this as part an annual tour organized by the New York Landmarks Conservancy called "Sacred Sites NY." The Free Synagogue of Flushing is a landmarked
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