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Hebrew Benevolent Congregation Temple, Atlanta

Hebrew Benevolent Congregation Temple - Atlanta, Georgia
Hebrew Benevolent Congregation Temple
1589 Peachtree Street Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30309Map
+1 404 873 1731
Neighborhood: Midtown
Overview

This red brick sanctuary was built in 1931 by noted local architect Philip Trammell Shutze in classic block style. The Flemish bond pattern of the limestone and cement-stucco structure is dominated by a dramatic drum dome, which is easily visible from a distance. In addition to being a popular landmark, the Temple as it is popularly known, is a keystone of Atlanta's Jewish community, and it organizes many programs aimed at encouraging understanding and cooperation between different religions.

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