Abraham Isaac Hakohen Kook was the first Ashkenazic chief rabbi of Israel. He was born in Latvia. His father Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Hakohen Kook studied in the Volozhin Yeshiva, founded by a disciple of the Vilna Gaon, Rabbi Hayyim of Volozhin.
The Zichron Moshe Synagogue is situated at the entrance to Mazkeret Moshe neighborhood on Carmel street.
The original building was a two-room apartment and a courtyard. It was then sold and turned the building into a pub. One day a butcher named Yitzhak Armoza entered the tavern and put 10 coins on the table, and requested that the tavern was replace by a synagogue.
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South of the lake there is a large cemetery climbing the slopes of the hill. Many famous sages are buried here.