Ancient Incan Empire Capitol Hosts First Tanya Printing

The Chabad house in Cusco, Peru is one of the most famous for attracting Israeli backpackers throughout the year. For the first time, they printed a Tanya in honor of the Rebbe’s 120th birthday.

The Chabad House in Cusco, Peru is famously known as the home for the many travelers who visit South America. Recently, the Chabad house facilitated the printing of the Sefer Hatanya with the participation of dozens of travelers.

The shliach, Rabbi Ofer Karipour spoke about the importance of the Tanya and the importance of printing it anywhere and everywhere. Special emphasis was given to the fact that it is the 120th anniversary of the Rebbe’s birth as well.

The printing was carried out with the help of hatmimim hashluchim, Avraham Yaakov Glukovski, and Yosef Krugliak.

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