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Women's gallery

As in all traditional (Orthodox) synagogues, there are separate seating areas for men and women. In most New York immigrant synagogues this means that men are seated on the main sanctuary floor and women are seated upstairs in a gallery that covers two or three sides of the building interior. The Kehila Kedosha Janina women's gallery also serves as the congregation’s museum (shown here in a view looking south).

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