Temple Beth-El (San Antonio, Texas)


For other temples called Beth-El see Temple Beth-El. Temple Beth-El is a synagogue located in San Antonio, Texas. Originally founded in 1874, it is the oldest synagogue in South Texas. The current temple at the corner of Belknap and W. Ashby, just north of San Antonio Community College. Temple Beth-El is a Reform Jewish congregation, and a founding member of the Union for Reform Judaism. http://www. beth-elsa. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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Historical Facts

  1. Batalla de Concepción (1835)
  2. Batalla del Pasto


  1. Aeropuerto Internacional de San Antonio


  1. Menger Hotel


  1. Alamo Heights Independent School District

what to see / tourism / zoos

  1. San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium


  1. St. Anthony Catholic High School

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  1. Temple Beth-El (San Antonio, Texas)

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  1. San Antonio (Texas)
  2. HemisFair Arena
  3. AT&T Center
  4. Exposición Internacional de San Antonio (1968)
  5. Alamodome
  6. La Villita
  7. North Star Mall
  8. San Antonio Military Medical Center
  9. St. Mary's University, Texas
  10. Trinity University (Texas)
  11. United States Army Medical Department Museum
  12. Robert G. Cole Junior-Senior High School

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