Jews from across Moscow headed to the Marina Roscha shul to choose their own Lulav and Esrog sets from the large selection of daled minim on display.
By Anash.org reporter
Photos: Levi Nazarov
Jews from across Moscow headed to the Marina Roscha shul to choose their own Lulav and Esrog sets from the large selection of daled minim on display there.
A giant sukkah was built in the plaza of the Jewish Center with ample space for social distancing, to accommodate hundreds of locals who are unable to build a private sukkah. Many additional sukkahs were built in the many surrounding institutions.
This year, the community sukkahs will remain open around the clock during all days of Yom Tov in order to facilitate proper social distancing and head local guidelines. Minyanim will continue in the main shul but in a limited fashion due to the ongoing pandemic.
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