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Sinagoga di Firenze e Museo ebraico

Via Luigi Carlo Farini 4, 50121, Florence, Italy
+39 055 245252
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This synagogue, one of the largest in Europe, was built between 1874 and 1882 in eclectic Moresque style by architects Marco Treves, Mariano Falcini,Vincenzo Micheli. The museo was set up on 1982 in the same building to display ritual objects, dating from XVI to XX Centuries and documentation regarding the history of the community. In the new section on 2007 was set up a room devoted to the memorial of contemporary history included the Shoa.
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Via Luigi Carlo Farini 4, 50121, Florence, Italy
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Reviewed September 15, 2015

You take a self-guided tour through this beautiful synagogue that survived the Nazis occupation. Walking around the synagogue you can appreciate the long history of the Jews of Florence and their wish to have a synagogue befitting their success in Italy. Unfortunately no pictures may...More

Thank Bethesdashrink
Reviewed September 15, 2015

Very pretty synagogue. Attended services here for the High Holidays. Would recommend visiting if you are Jewish.

1  Thank Hayley S
Reviewed September 14, 2015

You do not have to be Jewish to visit this beautiful building, it is protected by the army which was a little unnerving. Lots of Jewish exhibits as expected and someone on hand to explain if you needed help. A memorial in the garden for...More

Thank bitt21
Reviewed September 13, 2015

Self guided tour of the jewish history of florence. Beautiful space that managed to survive the decimation of the jewish population of Florence during WW2.

Thank Mar7765
Reviewed September 10, 2015

If you need a kosher restaurant-- there are several near the synagogue. It's a a beautiful building-- and still has pockmarks from WWII. Just beyond the synagogue is a wonderful market place with some excellent restaurants

1  Thank olympicrange
Reviewed August 27, 2015 via mobile

The tour leaves out of the central Jewish Museum in Venice, hourly on the :30. We enjoyed learning about the three synagogues we went to. We poked around the ghetto ourselves after the tour and ate at the Kosher restaurant Gam Gam, it is on...More

Thank rebtask
Reviewed August 24, 2015

Beautiful synagogue with a small museum on upper floors. Security very tight--a bit tough if you are claustrophobic--you have to leave everything in lockers and pass through double glass doors that lock behind and in front of you for a few seconds or even minutes...More

1  Thank EddieS613
Reviewed August 22, 2015

I toured this synagogue with friends while I was in Florence on a business trip. The guided tour was great as the tour leader (a member of the synagogue) was very knowledgeable. The synagogue is beautiful, historic, and a little sad because of the history...More

3  Thank David M
Reviewed July 28, 2015

This is a beautiful historic synagogue. It is guarded by the Italian army and requires that you leave all of your belongings in a locker before proceeding in. There was no formal tour, but there was a young woman there who was willing to answer...More

1  Thank DriveAllNight
Reviewed July 12, 2015 via mobile

Just show up. Investigate when there is a scheduled tour talk. You will learn that this is an important part of Italian history and perhaps why it was not destroyed by the Nazis. It was a flood in November 1966? when city centre in Florence...More

2  Thank Mitchell F
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Central National Library. As a hub for young people,
the area gets busy with people who want to have fun: a
continuous flow of tourists and locals become animated
by songs and dances.
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GalNeedsVacation
September 16, 2017|
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Response from alanjgreenhalgh | Reviewed this property |
Probably. They are very welcoming to visitors. I would write ahead to make certain you have a reservation. The sinogoga is an amazing place.
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GalNeedsVacation
September 16, 2017|
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Response from alanjgreenhalgh | Reviewed this property |
I would say that if you write to the director of the synagogue beforehand or head Rabbii, that would be a tremendous help. I am the producer of a youtube show and to get an interview and most importantly be able to bring my... More
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