Private Sao Paulo Jewish Tour
Jewish Immigration Memorial
Located at the first neighborhood where Jewish immigrants settled in São Paulo, this memorial is located in the building of the state’s first synagogue, Kehilat Israel, and brings a little of the Jewish memory through rare objects, documents, photos and multimedia resources.
Former stronghold of the coffee barons and that from the 1920s onwards becomes one of the main points of the Jewish community in São Paulo. This fact drastically changed the neighborhood and synagogues, Hebrew schools and kosher restaurants and bakeries were built on site. Currently the neighborhood has 11 synagogues and 25% of São Paulo’s Jews inhabit this region of the city.
Unibes (Brazilian Israeli Union of Social Welfare)
Founded in 1915, the institution was created from the merger of several groups and organizations working in the areas of social assistance with the Jewish community, with the purpose of helping the thousands of immigrants who arrived in Brazil as a result of the first and second World War.
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from BRL$ 385 pp*
(Price varies by group size)