|Jewish Synagogue Paso
Gran Templo Paso, founded in 1930, is one of the oldest synagogues in Argentina.
It is a significant religious landmark in the traditional Once neighborhood.
Together with its history and tradition, what sets our synagogue apart is the
cultural activities it promotes.
Gran Templo Paso is of the most beautiful temples in South America. It housed
the first Talmud Torah (religious studies house) in the city of Buenos Aires,
founded in 1894. The impressive building itself, which was later declared part
of the city's historical heritage, was completed in 1929 with the most beautiful
Ashkenazi (European) iconography that reflected its founders' origins.
The temple accommodates 2,000 people and is renowned as a liturgical center
where the celebrations of the cycle of life are enjoyed in an atmosphere that is
cozy and majestic at the same time.