Temple Emanu-El was a large synagogue on Fifth Avenue and 43rd Street in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Built in 1868, it is now demolished.
In 1868, Emanu-El erected a new building for the first time, a Moorish Revival structure by Leopold Eidlitz, assisted by Henry Fernbach at 43rd Street and 5th Avenue after raising about $650,000. It was demolished in 1927.
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