Stamford Hill, London – 4. Shabbos in Chassidic Jewish Stamford Hill

During the Sabbath, you can see religious Jews in the distinctive clothing heading to or from Synagogue.

I would like to come here and check out some of the businesses on a regular weekday (or a sunday) sometime.

These nice apartments I spotted Jewish children getting ready for the Sabbath through their balcony window.

Kosher butcher

I get a feeling this gent might not of got his wish of a yacht yet sadly.

Shabbos seems to be of a Yiddish word, and Shabbat is the Hebrew term I’ve been used to hearing in Israel. Everything would be open again on the Sunday.

Stamford Hill, London – 1. Long Walk – 2. Different religious places – 3. UK HQ of Chabad – 4. Shabbos in Chassidic Jewish Stamford Hill – 5. Extreme oddball fringe group Neturei Karta – 6. Is there a future in Stamford Hill

5 comments on “Stamford Hill, London – 4. Shabbos in Chassidic Jewish Stamford Hill

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