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Sign: Jerusalem - Heritage Sites in Israel - The House of Rabbi Aryeh Levin


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Rabbi Arye St 2, Jerusalem, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל המועצה לשימור אתרי מורשת בישראל
סמל העיר ירושלים
סמל משרד התרבות והספורט
סמל החברה הממשלתית לתיירות
לוגו "עושים מהפכה בתיירות"

בית הרב אריה לוין זצ"ל
בבית זה התגורר הרב אריה לוין זצ"ל. הרב אריה לוין נולד ב - ו’ ניסן תרמ"ה (1885) באורלא, פולין. במשך עשרות שנים כיהן כרב ומשגיח בתלמוד תורה "עץ חיים". בנוסף לעבודתו בישיבה נהג להשכין שלום בית, לבקר חולים, לנחם אבלים ולעודד את כל החלכאים והנדכאים.
בתקופת המנדט הבריטי נהג הרב אריה לוין ללכת מידי שבת בבוקר לבקר את אסירי המחתרות היושבים בבית הכלא, לעודד את רוחם, להתפלל, ללמד תורה ומוסר. מנהג זה הקנה לו את הכינוי "רב האסירים". עם קום המדינה הקים ועמד בראש ישיבת "בית אריה". הרב אריה לוין נפטר ב- ט’ ניסן תשכ"ט (1969).

Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Israeli Heritage Sites
Jerusalem city emblem
The emblem of the Ministry of Culture and Sport
The emblem of the Government Tourism Company
"Tourism Revolution Logo"

THE HOUSE OF RABBI ARYEH LEVIN (OF BLESSED MEMORY)
This house was the residence of Rabbi Aryeh Levin, who was born on Nissan 6, 5645 (March 22, 1885) in Orla, Poland. For many decades, Rabbi Levin served as a teacher and spiritual mentor at Talmud Torah Etz Haim. In addition to his work at the yeshiva, he endeavored to reconcile unhappily married couples, visited the sick, and comforted mourners.
During the period of the British Mandate, Rabbi Levin would go every Shabbat morning to visit imprisoned members of the Jewish underground, uplifting their spirits, praying with them, and teaching them Torah and Jewish ethics. This practice led to his being called "the Rabbi of the Prisoners." After the establishment of the State of Israel, he founded and headed the Beit Aryeh yeshiva. Rabbi Levin passed away on Nissan 9, 5729 (March 28, 1969).
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The sign shape is square but its head is designed according to the silhouette of the old building of the Gymnasia Herzliya, which serves as a logo of the Council for the Preservation of Heritage Sites in Israel

The building was photographed on the day the sign was taken Click for a larger image

A metal sign on the other side of the door indicates the "Rabbi Aryeh Levin Heritage Center" and reads:
THE RABBI ARYEH LEVBIN HERITAGE CENTER

Information - Educational activities - Commemorations

QR code leading to the link
Rabbi Aryeh Levin Heritage Center - The Jerusalem Tzaddik - Rabbi Aryeh Levin
And the same URL:
www.betaryeh.org
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And next to it a picture of Rabbi Aryeh Levin
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In the following link taken from the site: Noah Zvuluny (Ranaz) Half a Century of the Jerusalem Press, you can find an original letter of request from Rabbi Aryeh Levin to support the Beit Aryeh yeshiva mentioned on the sign Request for assistance in donating to the Beit Aryeh Yeshiva, from Rabbi Aryeh Levin




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