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Karlin-Stolin (Hasidic dynasty) Karlin-Stolin is the name of a hasidic dynasty originating with Rebbe Aaron the Great of Karlin* in present-day Belarus.
Karlin Stolin Synagogue
Around 1870 the first Karlin-Stolin settled in Jerusalem and by 1874 had established their own synagogue in the Old City. It was named Beis Aharon (House of Aaron) after a work authored by Rabbi Aharon II Perlow of Karlin (1802-1872).
After it was destroyed during the 1948 Israel War of Independence, a new centre was established in Jerusalem�s Beis Yisrael neighbourhood.
This article about a synagogue in Jerusalem
* Aaron of Karlin - (1736-1772) The leading figure of Hasidism in Lithuania.
Today, the main center of Karlin-Stolin Hasidism is Givat Ze'ev, Israel, where the Karlin-Stoliner Grand Rebbe Boruch Yaakov Meir Shochet resides. There are various Karlin-Stolin synagogues in Israel � Jerusalem, Beitar, Bnei Brak, Kiryat Sefer, Safed, Tiberias � in the USA, in Boro Park , NY; Monsey, NY; Lakewood, NJ, England, and other places around the world. In Jerusalem many Karliner chasidim wear the traditional garb of Jerusalem, including the golden caftan.
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