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February 14, 2016 / 5 Adar I, 5776
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“Tradition and Style”


Waldorf Astoria Entrance

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The Waldorf Astoria hotel officially opened its Jerusalem branch on Agron Street, near the Old City, on Thursday, March 27, 2014.

The Chief Rabbi placing the Mezuza on the entrance door of the Waldorf Astoria on opening day. Photo by Flash90

The Chief Rabbi placing the Mezuza on the entrance door of the Waldorf Astoria on opening day.
Photo by Flash90

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10 Responses to ““Tradition and Style””

  1. Oh thats too bad….. Im sorry to hear that.

  2. Jesse Long says:

    I wonder if they still serve the yummy Red Velvet Cake at Waldorf Astoria hotels, let alone if it is kosher for Jews to eat?

  3. I want to go there for a few months, I love it.

  4. That is fantastic!

  5. It took years to achieve it and now B”H we ‘re able to admire and thank for its opening here in Jérusalem our Capitale.

  6. Isaac Taposh says:

    The False Christ will enter there, True Christ will come, Through the Eastern Gate In Jerusalem. If U give me free or with money I will never come. I will come to live under the sky, in a tent, in Tabelnacel, Or Suckat.

  7. VERY LOVELY…ANY FREE PACKAGE TRIPS?:)

  8. Wow!!! True to it''s name….dignity and gorgeous!!!

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