The neighborhood around the church feels a bit like Chinatown. The signs of the shops are written in various Chinese, and there is a temple-like building nearby. Entry to the church requires payment of admission tickets and mailing. Ticket fees should include free instructions. The green flower-shaped emerald green lampshade on the first floor of the church is stunning. The circular transparent wall of the stars, quietly shining, amazing. Out of the church, we had fish balls noodles made by Fujian people opposite us, and Chinese brand condiments made by MADEINUSA. It was delicious and not unnecessary.
This church is located at 12 Eldridge Street, Lower East Manhattan. It has a history of more than 100 years. It is the first Jewish Church in the United States built by European Jews. The church is also very artistic. It is worth visiting, feeling and listening to. As the "New York House" tells us, every building has a story.
This is a monastery established by Eastern European immigrants in the early days. It is still used frequently and its activities are becoming more and more abundant. The neighborhood around the church feels a bit like Chinatown. The signs of the shops are written in various Chinese, and there is a temple-like building nearby.
It is the first church built by Jews in Eastern Europe in the United States. It has 130 years of history. It can be visited freely. The church has stained glass windows, beautiful murals, gorgeous chandeliers. The church is listed as a national historical landmark in the United States.
Eldrich Street Jewish Hall, located at 12 Eldrich Street in lower Manhattan, New York City, is a nearly 130-year-old building built in 1887. The auditorium is very beautiful. Rose window is its characteristic and very artistic. The hall offers free visits and tourists interested in Jewish culture are worth visiting.