Sharon Synagogue of the Israelite Union of Peru is Orthodox Ashkenazi located in San Isidro.
Sharon Synagogue's women's section.
Interior of Sharon Synagogue.
New Bikur Julim Society home being built next to Sharon Synagogue in order to bring the elderly closer to the synagogue community. The current facility houses 50 seniors and administers to 20 living independently in Lima.
A group of Catholic school children visiting Lima's Holocaust Center on Yom Ha'azmot.
Jewish Museum outlining the entire history of Peru's Jewish Community is housed along side the Holocaust Center. These boards are examples of the displays by decades.
Lima's Holocaust Center is located on the grounds of the Sharon Synagogue.
A Holocaust survivor coming to speak with the Catholic school children.
All Jewish organizations are housed in non descript buildings like this. None of them give any indication what might be housed within their very secure walls.
Current Bikur Julim Society home. No pictures were allowed here. I said I wanted a picture of the cactus inorder to get a portion of the building.
Synagogue at Leon Pinelo School. Families must be official members of a synagogue in order to send their children to school here.
Socidad Isrealita Sefaradi is Orthodox Sefardic located in San Isidro.
Tree of Life at Sinagoga 1870.
View from the women's section of Socidad Isrealita Sefaradi. The stain glass window are the 12 Tribes of Israel.
Entrance to Ytzhak Rabin Park.
Placque is a brief biography of Rabin. It ends with "Peace is the highest aspiration THE JEWISH PEOPLE".
Sociedad de Beneficencia Israelita-Sinagoga 1870 ( "1870 Israelite Welfare Society" )founded in 19th century by the first Jewish immigrants in Lima.
The members of Sinagoga 1870 are predominately German Ashkenazi Jews. What was once the women's section. This is a Conservative congregation where the men and women sit together. It is the only congregation that accepts converts.