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Pachaimalai Hills

Pachaimalai, (Tamil : பச்சைமலை) also known as the Pachais, are hills which are part of Eastern Ghats in Tamil Nadu in Trichy district, located near . In Tamil, Pachai means green. They are much greener than some of the other hills in the vicinity. VeeraRamar Dam is located in these hills on Kallar.Tamil Nadu Government is planning to develop this hill into a tourist place. Rivers include Kallar and Sweata Nadi. Waterfalls include Mangalam Aruvi, Koraiyar Falls and Mayil Uthu Falls....

Ohr ha-Chaim Synagogue

The Ohr ha-Chaim Synagogue is situated on Ohr ha-Chaim Street in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem. It is located on the top floor of a building which also houses the Ari Synagogue and Old Yishuv Court Museum. It is named after Rabbi Chaim ibn Attar's magnum opus, the Ohr ha-Chaim, a popular commentary on the Pentateuch. Arriving in Jerusalem from Morocco in 1742, Rabbi Attar established a study hall in this building together with a women's section. In a room at the back of the men's section is where, according to tradition, Rabbi Attar would study with Eliyahu Ha-Navi....

Carapichaima

Carapichaima is a town in central Trinidad. Nearby communities and villages include Orange Field Village, Waterloo, Brickfield Village and Korea Village. Name The name Carapichaima is said to be derived from the native Amerindian inhabitants who no longer exist in this area. History Carapichaima had been a sugar producing village that expanded after the railroad opened up central Trinidad to development and population movements....

Etz Chaim Yeshiva

Etz Chaim Yeshiva (Yeshivat Etz Khayim) (lit. "Tree of Life") is an orthodox yeshiva located on Jaffa Road close to the Mahane Yehuda Market in downtown Jerusalem. History Etz Chaim Yeshiva was originally a Talmud Torah which was established in 1841 by the Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem, Shmuel Salant. For the first two years classes were held in various rooms throughout the Old City. In 1857 the yeshiva consolidated into a group of buildings adjacent to the Hurva Synagogue, sharing the premises with the Beth Din of Jerusalem....

Etz Chaim Yeshiva (London)

Etz Chaim Yeshiva is an Ashkenazi Orthodox yeshiva in Golders Green, London, England. It is associated with the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations. History The yeshiva was founded c. 1900 in London's East End, where it occupied a campus in Thrawl Street. Notable leadership Rabbi Aharon Hyman was one of the early founders. Rabbi Nachman Shlomo Greenspan was the rosh yeshiva from 1918-1961. He was succeeded by Rabbi Noson Ordman. Rabbi Elyah Lopian was the mashgiach ruchani from 1926 - 1950....

Stac Dhòmhnaill Chaim

Stac Dhòmnuill Chaim, or Stac Dhòmhnaill Chaim, is a fortified promontory located near Mangursta (or Mangersta, Scottish Gaelic: Mangarstadh) on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. The stack and its surrounding site is listed and protected as a scheduled monument, one of about 8,000 sites currently protected in Scotland. The site of the stack is located at . The site is named after Donald Cam Macaulay, the early 17th century hero of the Macaulays of Uig. The site was documented in the late 19th century, but today it is considered inaccessible....

Mekor Chaim

Mekor Chaim (also Makor Haimlit. Source of life) is a neighborhood in southwest Jerusalem, Israel. It was named for Haim Cohen, a wealthy Jewish businessmen who donated large sums of money toward the purchase of land in Jerusalem before World War I. History The funds donated to Hovevei Zion by Haim Cohen were transferred to the Jewish National Fund, which purchased 120 dunams of land on the southern fringes of Jerusalem. Mekor Chaim was established in 1926 by the religious Zionist Mizrahi movement....

Chaimite (Mozambique)

Chaimite is a village sacred to the Nguni people of the Gaza Empire, currently in Gaza Province, Mozambique. On this site on 28 December 1895, Gungunhana, last emperor of Gaza, was imprisoned by the Portuguese Empire....

Yeshivas Ohr HaChaim

Yeshivas Ohr HaChaim is an orthodox Jewish yeshiva located in Kew Garden Hills, Queens, New York, USA. The yeshiva also has a kollel and operates in conjunction with its high schools, Mesivta Yesodei Yisroel and neighboring Mesivta Yesodei Yeshurun, both of which are divisions of Touro College, as is the yeshiva itself, though they are granted a high level of independence and little meddling from Touro College. The Roshei Yeshiva are Rabbi Daniel Lander, son of the Touro College founder, Bernard Lander, and Rabbi Mordechai Krauss....

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