French City of Meaux Gets Its First Mikva

Photos: Morde’hai Lubecki

Shluchim to the city of Meaux, France, Rabbi Chanan and Nechama Dina Frenkel, dedicated a brand new Mikva in a ceremony attended by Chief Rabbi of France Haim Korsia, and Head Shliach Rabbi Mendel Azimov.

The city of Meaux, France, located 50 km from Paris the inaugurated a Mikveh Tahara took place for the first time.

The dedication was attended by Chief Rabbi of France Haim Korsia, Mayor Jean François Copé, Shliach Rabbi Chanan Frenkel, director of the Lubavitch House in Paris, Rabbi Menahem Mendel Azimov, and other rabbis and dignitaries.

Photos: Morde’hai Lubecki

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