Really important to stop by and say hello and leave a little tzedakah if you can (they'll provide you with a receipt!). Note that the sanctuary is now rented out for an arts school during the week. They have shabbat services mostly led by the congregants with a visiting rabbi from Chile when needed. They also offer a Hebrew School for the 1200 remaining population as 90% of the Jewish community left for a better life in Israel, USA and Canada. The synagogue is listed on official maps as a location to visit which was nice to see the recognition. Keep in mind its a bit challenging to find someone that speaks English, however eventually you'll get to meet a synagogue worker. Worth the visit.
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