Montefiore

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Montefiore is a surname associated with the Montefiore family, Sephardi Jews who were diplomats and bankers all over Europe and who originated from the Iberian Peninsula, namely Spain and Portugal, and also France, Morocco, England, and Italy. Meaning "flower mountain," its Ashkenazi equivalent would be "Blumberg." Notable people with the surname include:

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Healthcare
Schools
  • Moses Montefiore Academy, special school of the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) for students with severe emotional disorders
  • Montefiore House, Wessex Lane Halls of the University of Southampton
  • The Montefiore Institute, the [Electrical Engineering and Computer Science|EECS]] département of the University of Liège
Synagogue

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