Orthodox umbrella organization. The web site (in Russian) has contact links to dozens of orthodox Jewish communities throughout Russia.
Umbrella of Chabad-associated communities in more than 400 locations around Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union.
Directory of the more than 30 Chabad centers in Moscow
Big Chabad web site in English, with a wealth of information for local foreign residents as well as tourists and visitors
2-Y Vysheslavtsev Pereulok, 5A
Tel: +7 495 645 5000
This seven-storey building clad in Jerusalem stone was erected on the ashes of the Maryina Roshcha Synagogue, a wooden building which had served this northern district of the Russian capital from 1925 until it burned down in 1993. Officially opened by President Vladimir Putin, the Chabad-affiliated Centre has a library, kosher restaurant, concert hall, gym and art gallery. It also houses the new Maryina Roschcha Synagogue, which can seat 2,000 people. It was designed by Yisrael Godovich, a former Chief Engineer for Tel Aviv municipality and a grandson of the Chofetz Chaim.
Web site of the established Jewish community, with information on communal life as well as heritage, history and culture in southern Russia.
St. Petersburg, Russia, 190121
Tel: +7 (0) 812 713 8186
The web site has extensive historical and tourist information as well as news and information on services, religious and communal life.
3 Rubinshteina Street
Mailing address: P.O.B. 46, St. Petersburg 191025, Russia
Tel: (+7-812) 713-3889, 571-6440
The leading Jewish cultural institution in the city.