St Petersburgh Place, W2 4JT
The New West End Synagogue is among the most beautiful, historic buildings of Jewish interest in England and is a Grade 1 Listed Building. The texts that adorn the walls concentrate on the ideas of Divine knowledge and worship.
Queensway, Notting Hill Gate, Bayswater
The New West End Synagogue is among the most beautiful and historic buildings of Jewish interest in England and visitors are most welcome to view the magnificence of our Grade 1 Listed Building.
The Foundation Stone of the New West End Synagogue was laid on June 7th. 1877 by Mr. Leopold de Rothschild in the presence of the Chief Rabbi, Dr. Nathan Marcus Adler, and the building was formally opened on March 30th. 1879. The total cost of construction, including the site, amounted to £24,980 which was raised by private contributions and with the help of the United Synagogue, of which the New West End is a constituent Synagogue.
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