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Austrian Synagogue

Manchester

 

              

         
 
 
Created 25 October 2007
Latest revision or update: 28 December 2011

Congregation Data

Name: Austrian Synagogue (formerly the Austrian Chevra)
Address: 68a Waterloo Road, Manchester M8 (from at least 1915)
Former Addresses: Briddon Street, Strangeways, Manchester M3
Date Formed: By 1905 (based upon earliest appearance in Jewish Year Books).
Current Status: Closed about 1956 (based upon entry in Marriage Register)
Ritual: Ashkenazi Orthodox
Local Authority: The congregation is considered part of the "North Manchester" Jewish community.
The congregation was in the centre of Manchester, which is now part of the metropolitan borough of the
City of Manchester
(now within the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester, which no longer has any administrative powers). (Congregations in the locality)
From 1889 to 1974, Manchester was a county borough geographically within the County of Lancashire.
 

Other Information

 

Street Directory of Congregations in Greater Manchester

Greater Manchester Community

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