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Bevis Marks: Britain's oldest synagogue is central to London's history – here's why it needs protecting

By Abigail Green, Professor of Modern European History, University of Oxford
Jaclyn Granick, Lecturer in Modern Jewish History, Cardiff University
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Bevis Marks – the cathedral synagogue of British Jewry – is one of the few remaining traces of the historic Jewish presence in the City of London. As a national heritage site, it has no parallels.The Conversation

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