Plaque

Great Synagogue, Dukes Place

Inscription

Corporation of London
The Great Synagogue, Dukes Place, constituent of the United Synagogue stood on the site adjoining from 1690 and served the community continuously until it was destroyed in September 1941 in World War II.

Site: Great Synagogue, Dukes Place (1 memorial)

EC3, Dukes Place

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Great Synagogue, Dukes Place

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Great Synagogue, Dukes Place

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