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Centro da Cultura Judaica Review

A short cab or metro trip northwest of Avenida Paulista, this Torah-shape concrete building is one of the newest architectural hot spots in town. Inaugurated in 2003 to display Jewish history and culture in Brazil, it houses a theater and an art gallery and promotes exhibits, lectures, and book fairs. The center debuted a new café, inspired by New York delis and serving local Jewish cuisine, in 2013.

Updated: 06-20-2013

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