A new exhibit of photographs of synagogues in Venezuela and the Caribbean opened in Washington. The embassy of Venezuela is hosting the show, which depicts modern and ancient synagogues and their artwork. The exhibit traces the history of Jewish communities in Venezuela and neighboring Caribbean islands. It includes pictures of the oldest synagogue in the Americas, located in Suriname.
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