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Monastir Synagogue

35 Siggrou, Thessaloniki 54630, Greece
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There was once an enormous Jewish population in Thessaloniki. On the eve of WWII there were ~ 30... read more

Reviewed October 31, 2017
Howard F
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Uppsala, Sweden
very interesting

Located about 15 minutes walk to the Jewish Museum of Thessaloniki , 10 minutes walk to upper... read more

Reviewed September 23, 2017
saul g
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Tel Aviv, Israel
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Oct 31, 2017
“Worth a Visit”
Sep 23, 2017
“very interesting”
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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35 Siggrou, Thessaloniki 54630, Greece
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Reviewed October 31, 2017

There was once an enormous Jewish population in Thessaloniki. On the eve of WWII there were ~ 30 synagogues; now there are two. This is the big synagogue, used only at major holidays. Its original congregants were Sephardic (Iberian, Italian, North African) Jews. The main...More

Thank Howard F
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Reviewed September 23, 2017

Located about 15 minutes walk to the Jewish Museum of Thessaloniki , 10 minutes walk to upper Aristotle square , 10 minutes to Agio Demitrios . The Synagogue was reopened after renovation and restoration i 2016 . Probably the only synagogue remained in the city...More

Thank saul g
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