While the main features of 770 are well known, the buildings that house Chabad World Headquarters are home to countless details, each with the a full story behind them. And where in 770 are there tiles with artwork from a 19th century children’s book?
Photos: Mendy Kotlyar/Anash.org
While the main features of 770 are well known, the buildings that house Chabad World Headquarters are home to countless details, each with a story behind it.
Before traveling back to Eretz Yisroel after a year in New York, Anash.org photographer Mendy Kotlyar took an full tour of 770, exploring the lesser-known rooms, fixtures and features, scattered around 770 and hidden in plain sight.
Do you know where in Chabad Headquarters rests a model of the Beis Hamikdosh? How many mosdos have offices in the actual building of 770? How man libraries could one borrow a sefer from across the three buildings on Eastern Parkway? And where in 770 are there tiles with artwork from a 19th century children’s book?
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