In 2017, Oholei Tzadikim and Geder Avos began a major renovation of the Ohel in Anipoli. The unadorned simplicity of its interior makes it a fittingly awe-inspiring home for the gravesite of Reb DovBer, the Maggid of Mezritch (d. 1772), disciple and successor of the Baal Shem Tov as leader of the chassidic movement. Alongside the Maggid lie two of his close disciples, Reb Zushe of Anipoli (1718–1800), an early chassidic luminary and beloved Tzaddik, and Reb Yehudah Leib HaCohen (d. 1806), a fellow disciple of the Maggid and author of Ohr HaGanuz.
In addition, a beautifully-appointed guest house and mikveh have been built to accommodate the many visitors to the site.
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