To Every Thing There is a Time

For over two decades, Rabbi Eliahu Birnbaum, Director of Ohr Torah Stone’s Straus-Amiel and Beren-Amiel emissary training and placement institutes has been traveling the globe to the farflung communities that Diaspora Jewry has called home. Below is just a handful of his vast collection of ancient Judaica and artifacts from his travels, representing the ancient traditions and rich Jewish history of the Diaspora.

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Decorative items that adorn the Torah from Italy, Poland and Turkey
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A collection of ancient sefarim from around the world. The hanging lamp on the right is from a synagogue in Greece. The lions and Tablets on top of the book case are from a synagogue in Uruguay by way of Hungary
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Rimonim – decorative covers for the tops of the Torah scrolls – from around the world including Turkey, Poland, Morocco, Georgia and Cuba
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Additional Rimonim from the world collection. The large Chanukia on the left side of the third shelf is from Morocco
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A sample of the Chanukiot collection hailing from (from top to bottom) Italy, Morocco, India, Poland and Greece

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