Statesville, North Carolina

Congregation Emanuel Temple

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1891. Brick Romanesque Revival style synagogue which is Statesville's oldest religious building. Round-arched main entrance and stuccoed buttresses with corner buttresses having cast metal finials with the Star of David. Note marble tile floor and cast-iron fence is original. the interior remains exactly as it was when the structure was built and includes a hand-painted frieze (artist unkown).

206 North Kelly Street
Statesville, NC 28677

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