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Synagogue of Cesky Krumlov

Za Soudem 282, Cesky Krumlov 381 01, Czech Republic
+420 605 335 353
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No one was home so we could not get inside

No one was home so we could not get inside. The cafe was also closed. The Synagogue was a bit hard... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
BostonSkier
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Northborough, Massachusetts
"Only a memory now..."

Following our long-standing tradition of visiting the historical remains of the lost Jewish... read more

Reviewed October 23, 2017
eilonglen
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Ashkelon, Israel
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Za Soudem 282, Cesky Krumlov 381 01, Czech Republic
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+420 605 335 353
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Reviewed 2 days ago

No one was home so we could not get inside. The cafe was also closed. The Synagogue was a bit hard to find as it is across the river from the main city in a very quiet section of the city..

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Reviewed October 23, 2017

Following our long-standing tradition of visiting the historical remains of the lost Jewish communities of Europe, we naturally sought out this gem of a restored synagogue, located off the beaten path at the top of Latran Street. Built in 1908 with the generous assistance of...More

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Reviewed October 13, 2017

The Cesky Krumlov Synagogue is not in an ancient building, but it does bear witness to the history of the Jews in Cesky Krumlov. In addition to seeing the interior of the synagogue, we visited the interesting exhibit to the left of the entrance on...More

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Reviewed July 15, 2017

Today the synagogue is not any more a place of worship. But it is very nicely shows the life of the Jews before WW II. And by the way - there are no tourists in mass around!

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Reviewed June 12, 2017

... there are reasons to stop by. First, it's off the main tourist path, so you'll leave some of the crush behind you and see fewer folks with selfie-sticks. Second, the building has been nicely restored. Third, for a time at the end of WWII...More

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Reviewed April 19, 2017

Some good historical information in foyer about the Jews in the area during Wirkd War Two. Found it interesting to read also to visit a synagogue as often most towns in Europe it's all about the churches.

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Reviewed October 27, 2016

As are most of the synagogues in the small towns of Europe, this one is no longer a synagogue. It’s a museum. It’s been renovated and apparently completely refurbished, so the building is quite lovely. Unfortunately, there are no Jews left in Karlovy Vary to...More

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Reviewed October 21, 2016

There are no Jews at the town. The municipality decided to preserve the heritage as part of the town history. Deserve a visit.

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Reviewed September 29, 2016

The structure is a heavily renovated building that once functioned as a synagogue but is now strictly a museum. One doesn't really get the feeling of how the original structure appeared, but it was good that the building was saved. A very helpful display of...More

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Reviewed September 19, 2016 via mobile

This was the synagogue for the Jewish community in Česky Krumlov. Sadly the town no longer has a Jewish community since 1938. In recent years the synagogue has been extensively restored using photographs of how it used to be. It is an attractive building and...More

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sophiaperu
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Response from MayaBianca54 | Reviewed this property |
Unable to find the hours for the Synagogue at Cesky Krumlov. However, if the Cafe within the building is open, they might assist you. Do keep in mind that Saturdays (Sabbath) are holy days as per Jewish tradition. Tours... More
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