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Obj. ID: 30616
Jewish Architecture
  Yaakov Yosef Horenstein's Synagogue in Korets, Ukraine

© Aiala Feller (Patricia Wengrowicz), Photographer: N/A, 1929

According to Aiala Feller, the owner of the photographs, Moshe Neter (Neiterman) is a brother of her grandmother, Risia Neter. The family was affluent, had a large house and a private synagogue next to their house (A synagogue named Rov’s Shilekhl or the Old Beit Midrash of Rabbi Srulie Neiterman is mentioned in the list of synagogues in Korits (Vohlin): Sefer zikaron le-kehilatenu she-alah aleiha ha-koret, ed. Eliezer Leoni, Tel Aviv: Irgun Yotzei Korits be-Israel, 1959, p. 99).  Moshe Neter was a talented man, played violin and painted. The family migrated to Palestine in the 1930s, while Risia Neter went to Argentine. Moshe Neter lived in Holon and later in Moshav Hashiv’ah, died in the 1980s.

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Yaakov Yosef Horenstein's Synagogue in Korets | Unknown
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Date
after 1881 (building, erected after the fire of 1881), 1929 (paintings)
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until WWII
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Vladimir Levin | 2018
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