Fieldgate Street Great Synagogue
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Fieldgate Street Great Synagogue, established in 1899, is located at 41 Fieldgate Street in the East End of London. It was damaged during a German air raid in World War II, then rebuilt in 1950. Due to a declining congregation, from November 2009 the synagogue was open only once a month for Shabbat Services. In 2015 it was purchased by the neighbouring East London Mosque.
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