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Security is very high at this synagogue with four soldiers with machine guns stationed outside (maybe there are more inside). Unless you submit your ID in advance, you are not allowed to just waltz in on a Friday night or Saturday morning for services, unfortunately....More
I am a 59 year old high school teacher. During my short visit to Brussels, I made my morning plans to include two hours for this synagogue, which I had been looking forward to visit. As I tried to ring the door bell on the...More
Came to visit the synagog on a Shabbat morning to watch the prair. The cocky and arrogent pathetic excuse of a security guy was extremly rude and did not let a Jewish family with two kids to enter, on grouds of "security" reasons as he...More
This beautiful synagogue is free to the public but only viewable from outside the day we were there. Brussels has numerous reminders of how Europe has been supportive of diversity and inclusion throughout the most tumultuous times in history. A wonderful reminder in uncertain times.