Batei Ungarin (Hebrew: בתי אונגרין, lit. Hungarian Houses) is a Haredi Jewish neighborhood in Jerusalem, north-east of the Old City of Jerusalem. It was built by Kolel Ungarin, a Hungarian Jewish charity supporting Jews living in the Land of Israel.
Batei Ungarin was established in 1891 by immigrant Hungarian Jews. By World War I, there were 100-200 homes (350 by 1948), a synagogue, a beit midrash, and a mikveh. The original inhabitants of the neighborhood came from Hungary, and many of the residents who live there today can trace their lineage to Hungary. A major Hasidic group called Toldos Aharon has its headquarters on the edge of Batei Ungarin.
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