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Vandenberg-Lompoc Jewish Congregation Website
Schedule of Lompoc, California and Vandenberg Air Force Base Jewish events. Links to multiple Jewish sites. Early history of Lompoc Jewish community. Unaffiliated Jewish Congregation.
http://www.geocities.com/shearith/
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Vinnitsa Region Jewish Community
Provides information about the Vinnitsa Region Jewish Community, which supports elderly/sick Jews of the region; offers education programs; and celebrates Yiddish language/culture.
http://www.igc.apc.org/ddickerson/podolia-vrjc.html
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Virtual Jewish History Tour
A virtual tour of Jewish communities around the world with information on their history, present status and tourist sites.
http://www.us-israel.org/jsource/vjw/vjwtoc.html
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Virtual Restoration of Small-town Synagogues in Texas
Text, graphics, sound re: vanishing Jewish communities
http://www.neosoft.com/~tjhs/VRsyn.html
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Voronezh Synagogue Official Site
The only Synagogue in Central Russia (region called Chernozemye). Jewish Community in Voronezh, 150-year-history, present day, projects and plans for the future. Bris, Bar-Mitzvah and Jewish wedding in our Shul. Ask the Rabbi.
http://www.shul.ru/
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World Synagogue Directory
A unique one stop world directory of Synagogues. Our aim is to list every synagogue on the Internet on one sight. Includes Names, addresses, e-mail, web pages, and phone. List your synagogue toda
http://www.synagogues.com/
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www.comunidadjudiabolivia.org
A larger immigration followed in the 1930s as East European Jews sought refuge in Latin America. On the eve of World War II, scores of German and Austrian Jews escaped to Bolivia. Most Bolivian Jews reside in the capital city of La Paz. The vast majority are Ashkenazim, Jews of Central and East European heritage.
http://www.comunidadjudiabolivia.org/
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Zufim Virtual Community
Life and opportunities in Zufim, a community located in the Shomron
http://www.zufim.org/
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