Beth Shalom Synagogue (Athens, Greece)
|Beth Shalom Synagogue
בית כנסת בית שלום
Exterior of the synagogue
|Location||5 Melidoni Street
Athens, Greece 105 53
|Leadership||Rabbi Gabriel Negrin|
Beth Shalom Synagogue (Hebrew: בית כנסת בית שלום) is the principal synagogue of Athens, Greece. It was built in the 1930s of white Pentelic marble, the architecture is an austere Greek Revival style; the building was renovated in 1975. The synagogue is managed by Rabbi Gabriel Negrin, who was elected by the council of Athens’ Jewish community following the death of the long time leader Jacob Arar in 2014.