Description:This kosher mini hotel in Moscow is not far from Kremlin. There is kosher kitchen and space to eat for up to 60 persons. The rooms are located in building of The Institute for Jewish Studies, about 7 minutes walk from Taganskaya and Marksistskaya... [more]
The mikva is open each evening, no need to make an appointment. Winter hours 7:00 PM - 9:15 PM Summer hours, from around an hour before motze shabbos for 1 hour and a half. Friday and chag night by appointment only The mikva is also handicap friendly There is also an additional mikva in the Chabad shul in Marina Roscha neighborhood - working times are similiar, for info call 7495-231-3026 or +7495-6455000
The mikve is located in the basement of the Moscow Choral Synagogue in the heart of Moscow. Call Dina or Dvori +7926-13-22-119 for details.
This is a clean mikve in a short walk from the Kitay-Gorod subway station
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