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A regional center of Jewish culture since the sixteenth century, Medzhybizh is best known as the court and final resting place of Rabbi Yisra’el ben Eliezer – the Ba’al Shem Tov – founder of chassidut. While the original eighteenth-century structure was torn down by the Nazis and used for firewood, the Ba’al Shem Tov Shul and Beit Midrash has been lovingly rebuilt by the Ohalei Tzadkim organization to original specifications on its original site, using historically accurate materials, tools and building techniques.
Spend Sukkot experiencing a deep connection with the holy Besh”t, the Maggid of Mezritch, the Toldot Ya’akov, and Rabbi Nachman of Breslev. If you are really quiet, you may hear Hershele of Ostropol cackling with glee as he comforts the afflicted and afflicts the comfortable.
If you already own a Sukkkah frame, and are ready to upgrade your existing fabric walls and spend Sukkot with the Ba’al Shem and his holy disciples – you’ve come to the right place!
Panoramic Sukkah Wall Features
- The image is printed floor-to-schach along the entire length of all four sukkah walls – for a truly immersive experience! If you prefer, you may add doors and windows for a small additional fee.
- The Panoramic Sukkah is printed on fabric that is semi-translucent; the sukkah illuminates in daylight, and the look and feel of it shift subtly throughout the day as the sun moves through the sky!
- The Panoramic Sukkah is printed on outdoor banner fabric – a durable, wind-resistant, mold-resistant polyester that drapes beautifully and feels substantial and luxurious!
- The high-quality, eco-sensitive, permanent inks used to print the Panoramic Sukkah create a rich, vibrant image. The print is odour-free, water proof, flame resistant, and UV-stable – it will last for many years of Sukkot holidays without fading.
- The Panoramic Sukkah wall-fabric has sturdy rust-proof grommets along its perimeter – it is simple to hang with lock ties or bungee loops!