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  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179058.jpg
    Synagog of Rue Petit, in the 19th district of Paris, in the Beth Habbad (communal center) of the Loubavitch community.The women pray on the top floor and are separated of the men by a curtain.

    The Sukkot celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179059.jpg
    Men from the Loubavitch community pray and turn around the Torah Scrolls, holding a bundle of Four Species, also called the lulav, traditionally used during the feast.
    The Sukkot celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179060.jpg
    Men from the Loubavitch community pray and turn around the Torah Scrolls, holding a bundle of Four Species, also called the lulav, traditionally used during the feast.
    The Sukkot celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179061.jpg
    On the 4th day of the feast, the Loubavitch throw a willow branch on the Saint Arch of the Synagog.
    The Sukkot celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179062.jpg
    Men from the Loubavitch community pray and turn around the Torah Scrolls, holding a bundle of Four Species, also called the lulav, traditionally used during the feast.
    The Sukkot celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179082.jpg
    Some mobile huts on cars are driven through Paris to allow everyone to pray in a sukkah, according to the tradition.
    The celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179063.jpg
    Some mobile huts on cars are driven through Paris to allow everyone to pray in a sukkah, according to the tradition.
    The celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179064.jpg
    Men from the Loubavitch community pray in the Beth Habad of the Petit Street, turned towards Israel.
    The celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179065.jpg
    Men from the Loubavitch community pray in the Beth Habad of the Petit Street, turned towards Israel.
    The celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179066.jpg
    A man from the Loubavitch community proceeds to his ablutions during a diner held for the Sukkot celebration at the Beth Habad of the Petit Street in Paris.
    The Sukkot celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179067.jpg
    A diner is held every night of the Sukkot celebration, in large Sukkahs (huts) put in place in the Beth Habad of the Petit Street in Paris.
    The celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179068.jpg
    A diner is held every night of the Sukkot celebration, in large Sukkahs (huts) put in place in the Beth Habad of the Petit Street in Paris.
    The celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179069.jpg
    Men from the Loubavitch community pray and turn around the Torah Scrolls, holding a bundle of Four Species, also called the lulav, traditionally used during the feast.
    The Sukkot celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179070.jpg
    Men from the Loubavitch community pray and turn around the Torah Scrolls, holding a bundle of Four Species, also called the lulav, traditionally used during the feast.
    The Sukkot celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179071.jpg
    Men from the Loubavitch community pray and turn around the Torah Scrolls, holding a bundle of Four Species, also called the lulav, traditionally used during the feast.
    The Sukkot celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179072.jpg
    A large celebration for the families of the Loubavitch community os held in the Beth Habad of Petit Street in Paris, on the 3rd night of the Sukkot celebration.
    The celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179073.jpg
    Women from the Loubavitch community observe the men and children dancing during the 3rd night of celebration of Sukkot. As during weddings or in the synagog, there are separated from the men.
    Married women are notably recognisable by the wig that they wear.
    The Sukkot celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179074.jpg
    A large celebration for the families of the Loubavitch community os held in the Beth Habad of Petit Street in Paris, on the 3rd night of the Sukkot celebration.
    The celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179075.jpg
    Men from the Loubavitch community, recognisable by the large hats and the traditional black outfit that the hassidic jews wear.
    The celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179076.jpg
    On the fifth night, an outside celebration is held at the Place des Fêtes in Paris. Dances and show for the children are organised.
    The Sukkot celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179077.jpg
    On the fifth night of the feast, some men stand aside of the outdoor celebration to read the Torah and the Old Testament, that need to be read entirely before the dawn according to the tradition.
    The celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179078.jpg
    On the fifth night, an outside celebration is held at the Place des Fêtes in Paris. Dances and show for the children are organised.
    The Sukkot celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179079.jpg
    On the second night, an outside celebration is held at the Place de la Republique in Paris. Dances and show for the children are organised.
    The Sukkot celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179080.jpg
    On the second night, an outside celebration is held at the Place de la Republique in Paris. Dances and show for the children are organised.
    The Sukkot celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
  • Sukkot: a week of fervor among the Loubavitch community of Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0179081.jpg
    On the second night, an outside celebration is held at the Place de la Republique in Paris. Dances and show for the children are organised.
    The Sukkot celebration is one of the three Pilgrimage Festivals prescribed by the Thorah, and is held during a week to commemorate the Exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. The Jewish community therefore has to spend a week at least eating and praying in a hut.
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