Congregation of B'nai Israel Synagogue
Congregation of B'nai Israel Synagogue in Augusta, Georgia, is the oldest standing synagogue in Georgia. Dedicated in 1869, it is a rare example of a Greek-style synagogue. The synagogue is a contributing property of the Augusta Downtown Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places. Today, the synagogue is being renovated to house the Augusta Jewish Museum to provide educational opportunities on the history of Judaism in the region.
|Congregation of B'nai Israel Synagogue|
The Historic Congregation of B'nai Israel Synagogue in Augusta, Georgia
|Location||525 Telfair Street,|
|Designated as NHL|
|Part of||Augusta Downtown Historic District (ID04000515)|
|Designated CP||June 11, 2004|
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