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Jerusalem Synagogue

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R.Aşkın
R.Aşkın
February 4, 2020
The newest and largest synagogue of the Jewish community in Prague is an interesting example of Art Nouveau melded with Moorish style. Its interior is richly painted in Art Nouveau style Jeruzalémská 1310/7, 110 00 Praha 1
Klara
Klara
November 29, 2017
Very surprising design, reminding Marrocon or Arabic shapes and colors. You can find there a Jewish museum as well talking about the Jewish communities in Czechoslovakia before and after the II WW Opening Hours: daily 11.00-17.00 (except Sat)
Ilya
Ilya
May 8, 2017
The most beautiful synagogue rom outside.
Lubos
Lubos
November 12, 2016
On your way from main train station to city center is this colorful oriental, moorish style decorative Jerusalem synagog. Situated outside of the jewish Josefov district and is the only of this kind that survived the Kristallnacht. arch Wilhelm Stiassny
Andrei
Andrei
May 22, 2016
Very surprising design, reminding marrocon or arabic shapes ans colors. You can find there a jewish museum as well talking about the jewish communities in czekoslovakia before and after the II WW

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Ubicación
Praha 1, Hlavní město Praha 110 00
Teléfono+420 224 800 849
Sitio websynagogue.cz
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