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Beth Shalom Synagogue

Beth Shalom Synagogue

Touted as one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most expressive religious buildings, Beth Shalom Synagogue in Elkins Park (outside of Jenkintown in Montgomery County) is a National Historic Landmark. Connected by historic Route 611, the two towns are primarily residential and accented with charming shops, historic architecture and a burgeoning dining scene.

Credit: Photo by R. Kennedy for Visit Philadelphiaâ„¢

Tags: Architecture, Churches & Sacred Sites

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