Survived the war and the planners. Small but mesmerising. Still carries the weight and stimulation of very many generations of the Plymouth Hebrew Congregation. Once we found the right contact to be given a short tour this became a very interesting experience. An essential part of our city that we had previously only know from the simple enigmatic exterior. Like where it is too.
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