Wilshire Boulevard Temple, founded in 1862 as Congregation B'nai B'rith, is the oldest Jewish congregation in Los Angeles, California. One of the country’s most respected Reform congregations, Wilshire Boulevard Temple's magnificent sanctuary, with its famous dome and Warner Murals, is a City of Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Its immense Byzantine revival dome has been a Los Angeles landmark since 1929.

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  • Темпель на Вилшир Бульваре более известный как Конгрегация Бней Брит — старейшая реформистская синагога Лос-Анджелеса, основанная в 1862 и являющеяся местной достопримечательностью из-за византийского купола. Окончательный вид синагога приобрела в 1929 г.
  • La synagogue de Wilshire Boulevard appartient à la communauté B'nai B'rith, qui fondée en 1862, est la plus ancienne communauté juive de Los Angeles, Californie. Le bâtiment de la synagogue, avec son dôme iconique et sa peinture murale de Warner, est un Monument historique culturel de Los Angeles et est inscrit sur la liste des National Register of Historic Places. L'immense dôme de la synagogue de style néo-byzantin, se distingue de loin. L'architecte sélectionné, A.M. Edelman, est le fils du premier rabbin de la communauté Abraham Edelman. Les fonds pour la décoration intérieure du dôme ont été donnés par Irving Thalberg, un producteur de cinéma plusieurs fois récompensé. La prière inscrite en hébreu autour de l'oculus, à l'apex de l'intérieur du dôme, est le Chema Israël, prière centrale des offices matinaux et vespéraux dans le judaïsme.
  • Wilshire Boulevard Temple, founded in 1862 as Congregation B'nai B'rith, is the oldest Jewish congregation in Los Angeles, California. One of the country’s most respected Reform congregations, Wilshire Boulevard Temple's magnificent sanctuary, with its famous dome and Warner Murals, is a City of Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Its immense Byzantine revival dome has been a Los Angeles landmark since 1929. It stands at 100 feet in diameter with its top 135 feet from the street, and was the grand vision of the building architect, A.M. Edelman (son of the congregation's first Rabbi, Abraham Edelman). Its base is flanked by 28 buttresses, or small towers, rising from the ring girder for support. Funding for the dome's interior decoration was donated by Irving Thalberg, an Academy-Award winning film producer. The prayer inscribed in Hebrew around the Oculus, at the apex of the interior coffered dome, comes from the shm'a prayer, a centerpiece of all Jewish prayer services. The words read: Shm'a Yisroael, Adonoi Eloheinu, Adonaoi Echad; which translates to "Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is One."
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  • La synagogue de Wilshire Boulevard appartient à la communauté B'nai B'rith, qui fondée en 1862, est la plus ancienne communauté juive de Los Angeles, Californie. Le bâtiment de la synagogue, avec son dôme iconique et sa peinture murale de Warner, est un Monument historique culturel de Los Angeles et est inscrit sur la liste des National Register of Historic Places. L'immense dôme de la synagogue de style néo-byzantin, se distingue de loin. L'architecte sélectionné, A.M.
  • Темпель на Вилшир Бульваре более известный как Конгрегация Бней Брит — старейшая реформистская синагога Лос-Анджелеса, основанная в 1862 и являющеяся местной достопримечательностью из-за византийского купола. Окончательный вид синагога приобрела в 1929 г.
  • Wilshire Boulevard Temple, founded in 1862 as Congregation B'nai B'rith, is the oldest Jewish congregation in Los Angeles, California. One of the country’s most respected Reform congregations, Wilshire Boulevard Temple's magnificent sanctuary, with its famous dome and Warner Murals, is a City of Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Its immense Byzantine revival dome has been a Los Angeles landmark since 1929.
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