This imposing building is one of the rare synagoges of past centuries. A visit with an audiotour is very intersting. Upon entering the synagoge men must put on a keppel that is given at the ticket counter. Not only the interior but also the surrounding buildings leave a memorable impression. The Portuguese community has one of the world’s most important Jewish heritage collections. Its ceremonial objects, prints and manuscripts are of inestimable value. The ceremonial objects are used to his day.
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