21 Elul marks the 80th anniversary of the dedication of 770 Eastern Parkway as Chabad Headquarters. Anash.org compiled a gallery of tens of replicas around the world, including shuls, Chabad houses, private homes, a restaurant and even a bounce house.
By Anash.org writer
21 Elul 5780 marks the 80th anniversary of the dedication of 770 Eastern Parkway as Chabad Headquarters.
On 19 Elul 5700, the Frierdiker Rebbe entered 770 for the first time, and two days later the official ‘Chanukas Habayis’ was held. On that occasion, the Frierdiker Rebbe said a ma’mar, and from then on, 770 became the headquarters of Chabad Lubavitch.
In honor of the day, Anash.org compiled a gallery of the tens of replicas around the world, including shuls, Chabad houses, personal homes, a restaurant and even a bounce house.
This is what 770 Eastern Parkway looked like before 770 existed….
770 in the 5700s (1940s), right around when the Frierdiker Rebbe moved in.
770 Bounce House
Aron Kodesh Modeled After 770 in Brazil Yeshiva
This Aron Kodesh is in the basement of 770 in the room known as ‘Tashkenter Shul’.
Torah Crowns Modeled After 770
770 Album Published by Tzivos Hashem
‘Beis Chayenu 770’ – A Full Sefer Dedicated to 770
Miniature Model of the Rebbe’s Room in 770
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