A lulav, etrog, and a sukkah. What more do you need?
Sunday, October 9, 2022
Did you know?

When the Jews of Ivanovo built their homes, they included a distinctly Jewish element found in many communities: roofs that opened up. When Sukkot came they would open up the roof, lay the traditional skhakh and live in their sukkah in accordance with Jewish law without having to fully leave the warmth and protection of their homes.

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