“La Capilla” Synagogue (now called Ingeniero Sajaroff).
The first shil (synagogue) was built in the early 20th century. There was only one room divided by a curtain to separate men from women. Once a week, it was used as Hebrew school, which was attended by local children. In the 50’s it was demolished due to its precarious structure, but the Aron Hakodesh and the original Bimah (pulpit) are still kept. The Torot were donated to the communities of Neuquén and San Salvador (Entre Ríos). On the same site, a synagogue was erected, which still exists today. Students from the “9 de Julio” school collected elements belonging to the pioneers and have set up a small museum.