3. 3. The Portlandian Sukkah Bike
Portland is known for its majestic surroundings, bearded residents drinking micro-brews … and bicycles. The PediSukkah was born in Brooklyn, but perhaps its soul is in Portland.
Dwelling in the sukkah reminds us how transient life is. Our homes and material possessions are only temporary, but the good deeds we do will last forever.
8. 8. The Sukkah in Saddam Hussein’s Palace
… and this one just like it, erected at Tallil Air Base in 2003. Both were put up by Rabbi Jacob Goldstein, Chief of Chaplains for the New York State Army National Guard, on behalf of the Aleph Institute, so that Jewish soldiers could observe the holiday.
Want to learn more about Sukkot? Visit Chabad.org/sukkot to find out all about the holiday.
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