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Telshe yeshiva was a famous Eastern European yeshiva founded in the
Lithuanian town of Tel iai. After World War II the yeshiva
relocated to Wickliffe, Ohio, in the United States and is currently
known as the Rabbinical College of Telshe, (commonly referred to as
Telz Yeshiva or Telz in short.) It is one of the most prominent
Haredi institutions of Torah study. The yeshiva was founded in 1875
in the town of Tel iai ("Telshe" in Russian or "Telz" in Yiddish)
to provide for the religious educational needs of young Jewish men
in Telshe and its surrounding towns.
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