Dr. Max Nordau Synagogue
|Dr. Max Nordau Synagogue|
|Ecclesiastical or organizational status||Active Synagogue|
Although the temple was opened in 1955, its history started in 1912, when a group of immigrants coming from a few countries of Eastern Europe, among them there was; Lithuanians, Russians, and Poles, founded a cultural center, near the place where is now the temple Dr. Max Nordau.
In 1923, the synagogue was moved to its current location, the Murillo street, number 665, it was a cheder school there, with 20 students and a teacher. That same year, the congregation changed its name and was called: "Dr. Max Nordau" Hebrew association, named after the zionist leader, and follower of Theodor Herzl.