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Rude zionist charge 150kr to enter this synagogue. They like to question people who are not Jewish
AVOID THIS SYNAGOGUE AT ALL COST! If you want a nice experience to learn about Jews in Scandinavia, got to the Jewish Museum in Oslo. They won't treat...More
Maybe it is locked and unwelcoming because it was the middle of the day on a week day but still I wanted to see it. The sculptures on the outside floor area are interesting to look at but still disappointed.
In a previous email, I established that we could enter and tour the Synagogue on a Thursday on our own without a Guide. When we arrived, the doors were locked @ 11 AM
Another person was there and someone led that person to a "library"...More
We were there on Friday evening but the guard outside meant the program was nearly done and we decided to attend the “Gudtjeneste” the day after. we were interviewed at the entrance gate by a guard! The synagogue is impressive both inside and outside. We...More
This is my synagogue, I am Friday evening sort of person, and believe it or not, I travel over 100Km in both directions to get there and home afterwards.. The building itself gives a sense of peace and belonging, the Kantor is just amazing, Isidoro...More
Magnificent building constructed in 1860's and well-maintained. There are English-speaking tours at 11 am and noon several days a week, led by local synagogue leader. You get full history about the Swedish Jews from 1770's to present, including WWII era, so fee/donation of about $15...More
Get there early doors, the queues go around the corner by the time the doors open.
I got there at 9.30 and luckily was first through the doors. Wow, awesome, totally stunning but partly down to no tourists in front of me. Ten minutes later,...More
Beautiful on the inside. There is security on the outside which may hinder your entering during services. Outside is very interesting. Photo of Western Wall covers the courtyard wall. There is a kosher restaurant on the grounds.It is well worth a visit.
Norrmalm is Stockholm’s most central and busiest neighborhood. It’s home to the main shopping street, Drottninggatan, and to Stockholm icons like the Sergels Torg glass obelisk, the famous Hay Market with its Carl Milles sculptures, and the Hötorget Skyscrapers, a sight on every other Stockholm postcard. Norrmalm is also home to Sweden’s most traditional department stores Nordiska Kompaniet and
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