Synagogue of the Israelite Argentine Congregation

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Templo Libertad
Buenos Aires - Sinagoga Central - 200712.jpg
Basic information
LocationLibertad 769
Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina
AffiliationConservative Judaism
Ecclesiastical or organizational statusActive Synagogue
LeadershipRab. Sergio Bergman

The Sinagoga de la Congregación Israelita Argentina, also called Templo Libertad, is a synagogue situated in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Situated on Libertad street, near the famous Teatro Colón, the synagogue is home to the Congregación Israelita de la República de Argentina and houses a Jewish history museum.

It began to be built on September 27 of 1897 by Jewish residents in Buenos Aires, united in the Israelite Congregation of Buenos Aires, and was completed in 1932 acquiring the current physiognomy.

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Coordinates: 34°35′58.1″S 58°23′1.3″W / 34.599472°S 58.383694°W / -34.599472; -58.383694