In a message dated 09/08/2006 03:00:15 GMT Standard Time,
"david nathan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
You have the name of that synagogue correct - Sandys Row. It is a veryIt was the Spitalfields Great Synagogue (Machzike Hadass), on the corner of
Fournier Street and Brick Lane) which began life as a Huguenot Church,
erected in 1743, became a Wesleyan Chapel in 1819, then a mission house for
converting Jews, then in 1898 a synagogue, and is today a mosque. Similarly the
Mile End and Bow District Synagogue is now a Hindu Temple. Brief details are in
Gerry Black's Jewish London, an Illustrated History, 2003.