This is a tiny synagogue on a tiny street (but aren't they all in the Old City) right off of the Stradum. The small museum is downstairs and charges a small fee (why not pay, you'll feel good for it!) and the synagogue itself is up a steep staircase. Pause in the little street in front of the building. Here It stands . . . surviving WW2 . . . now with 2000 Jews in Croatia where 50 years ago there were 24,000. Amazing. Trinkets at the Jewish gift shop next store.
In all, you'll spend about 30 minutes here. And you'll remember it once you are home.
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