The Jewish community in Buenos Aires is the largest in Latin America. Guided and self-guided tours are available for those who want to learn about its rich history. One must-see is the Byzantine-style Templo Libertad, built in 1931. The landmark temple, which has a small museum inside, sits on Libertad Street near the Teatro Colón. Another important heritage site, the Gran Templo Paso, can be found on Paso Street in the traditional Jewish district called Once.