Anshei Minsk (full name Beth Israel Anshei Minsk, also known as the Minsk) is a synagogue located in Toronto. It was built by impoverished Jews who immigrated from Russia (mainly Minsk). It was built in 1912 and 1930 Completed, with a Byzantine architectural style, it is the only orthodox synagogue with full-time rabbis in downtown Toronto, and the only synagogue that provides daily services.
In an alley in Chinatown, this church has a Vietnamese and Korean restaurant on the left and an Italian restaurant on the right. The gap in the middle is not large, and the church that survives in the cracks is showing signs of decay in the daily firewood, rice, oil and salt.
Because the day I went was very cold, I felt that this church was very cold, ha ha
Solemn church, steady structure, solemn and generous
This church is very magnificent and beautiful, and the decoration design is not distinctive, often with good local characteristics.