Photo Essay #1: Atzeres Tefillah in Manhattan [Photo Credit JDN – Yossi Goldberger – Dee Voch]


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  1. If you look at the maps they gave out before-hand, you’ll see that they reserved multiple blocks for both men and women.

    If those were all full, then the 150K makes much more sense.

  2. From what it looked like to me that some people didn’t even fit into the alloted 10 blocks and ended up standing on the side lines.

    Most pictures don’t show the whole group. But you can see people were standing very close to each other. I don’t know how many can fit in each block but I would think its in the thousands.