This is the only synagogue in St. Petersburg and dates back to the late 1800's. It has a long history of survival through Lenin, Stalin, the Russian Revolution, World War II and more recently, the KGB. it is an active synagogue, beautiful and understated. There is of course, no charge to enter but if you want a guided tour there's a small fee for the guide. It is a visit worth making.
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