We stumbled onto this by accident (it was on our list of must see sights) but it has been one of the highlights of out trip to date. The young woman who was our guide spoke perfect english and gave a wonderful tour including history of the synagogue (how it got started) and jewish life to date. She was very knowledgeable and welcomed us to return for Shabbat services. It was amazing to see the museum on the top floor (along with a video explaining how and why the Jews came to Buenos Aires) and a beautiful working synagogue on the lower floor. After seeing this, walk to the Shoah holocaust museum, but beware, there is nothing in English at the Shoah museum.
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