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א פלאץ ווי חסידים פילן א מוירדגע התערערות!!

This place is were chasidus came alive!! Just to walk around in the town of mezibuz is also so... read more

Reviewed March 26, 2017
yeedle770
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Brooklyn, New York
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An important significant Jewish religious site

I loved visiting here! It was exciting and thrilling! It is a true religious spiritual... read more

Reviewed September 29, 2015
Buc_Haish
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Israel
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26 Mar 2017
“א פלאץ ווי חסידים פילן א מוירדגע התערערות!!”
10 Aug 2016
“Important historic venue”
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Baal Shem Tov st. 24, Medzhybizh 31530, Ukraine
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Reviewed March 26, 2017 via mobile

This place is were chasidus came alive!! Just to walk around in the town of mezibuz is also so holy! We had a gorgeous shabbos! Try it out!

1  Thank yeedle770
Reviewed August 10, 2016

Baal Shem Tov's old wooden synagogue (early XVIIIth century) was torn down for firewood during World War II and got recently rebuilt according to plan. Rabbi Yisroel (Israel) ben Eliezer often called Baal Shem Tov or Besht, was a Jewish mystical rabbi, who founded Hasidic...More

2  Thank Ed D
Reviewed September 29, 2015 via mobile

I loved visiting here! It was exciting and thrilling! It is a true religious spiritual experience. The site is an ancient Jewish cemetery of several hundred years. A simple building encloses the tomb of the holy founder of the Hasidic movement, along with others of...More

6  Thank Buc_Haish
Reviewed September 24, 2015

The Tomb of the Baal Shem Tov is worth a visit for anyone who has interest in the history of Hassidism. The tomb itself is not spectacular but according to tradition anyone who prays near the Hassidic master's grave is more likely to have his...More

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