I'd never been in a synagogue before and found it a lovely place to be. Much more simple than all the wealthy cathedrals. The museum is one small room, but nicely done.
This is a lovely synagogue, up a steep flight of stairs. The ceiling and the hanging lights in the sanctuary are beautiful. In addition to the sanctuary there is a small museum with some amazing artifacts, such a shofar and various torah ornaments.They are open to visitors Monday-Friday and closed on Saturday and Sunday. We were charged a fee to... 更多
We were given a tour of this delightful, small and old synagogue. It was so full of history. The little museum at the top absolutely made this visit, having numerous interesting and rather sad exhibits.
Small synagogue with a small museum attached commemorating a once flourishing jewish community. The today congregation is much too small to keep an active community life.
A small remnant of the once thriving Jewish community holding together what is a long and historic presence on the Dalmatian coast. Various conquering forces have worked over the city and the community and they survive. This is a a small community and a small museum of what remains. What we saw was pride in the Jewish community as well... 更多
Having never been inside a synagogue before we found it very interesting. It is very small and considering how little there is to see it was fairly expensive.
It is amazing that a Jewish community of 50 in Dubrovnik keeps this synagogue going. It is the second oldest operating synagogue in Europe and the history is unbelievable. Pay a visit and show your support.
This is the site of the second oldest operating synagogue in Europe (after Prague) and while it is much smaller there are a number of items in the collection of great historical value including documents that are over 600 years old as well as reminders of the Fascist regime that carried out Hitler's orders. Well worth the time and small... 更多