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Friday night Visit

Synagogue was full, and people were very nice. The enviourment was pleasing ans overall expirience... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Erez R
A Quietly functioning Synagogue.

On several occasions I have visited this small Synagogue which lies directly adjacent to and on a... read more

Reviewed October 1, 2015
Yonatan C
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5 weeks ago
“Friday night Visit”
Oct 1, 2015
“A Quietly functioning Synagogue.”
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31 Mishmerot ha-Kehuna | at the corner of HaYehudim Street and the main square, Jerusalem 9751972, Israel
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Synagogue was full, and people were very nice. The enviourment was pleasing ans overall expirience was excelent

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Reviewed October 1, 2015

On several occasions I have visited this small Synagogue which lies directly adjacent to and on a lower level from the newly restored Hurva Synagogue. It's entrance is to the left, by the olive tree, if you are facing the Hurva from the plaza/square. One...More

1  Thank Yonatan C
Reviewed May 11, 2012

I was visiting with a friend in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City, on a Shabbat (Sabbath, Saturday), after Morning prayers in a venerable Synagogue in the Moslem Quarter (the quarters' names are actually misnomers - before 1900, there were Jewish majorities in the...More

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