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Portuguese Synagogue: Tours & Tickets

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Mr. Visserplein 3, 1011 RD Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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It's a bit annoying that if you want to enter the place you have to pay entrance fee, while synagogues should be open for jewish people that can pray freely. the portuguese synagogue is huge comparing to other pray places, it's quite remarkable to imagine the community that were
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We visited this synagogue as part of a Jewish tour of Amsterdam. It has a very interesting history and there are multiple sites on the grounds of the synagogue to visit. Not sure that it would be as interesting without the guide but it is one of the few very old synagogues in
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Visited the synagogue as part of the 5 museum tour. I thought the 17 Euro for 5 museums was very reasonable. After visiting all of the spectacular cathedrals in Europe, seeing this synagogue was eye opening. It is extremely plain, made of wood, and has no electricity.
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Interesting place to see the Jewish history in Amsterdam from the 17th century till these days. Entry cost 17 Euro - combined ticket for the Jewish history museum and the Holocaust memorial
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I had to write a review after I read someone called it "delapidated" - um... its hundreds of years old! Sorry it's not a Disney theme park. There is nothing "sullen and depressing" about it. It's inspirational that it's still here after the Nazis destroyed so much. The
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of Haalremmerdijk, the pedestrianized zones
Kalverstraat and Dam Square with popular neighborhoods
such as the Red Light District, and the Canal Ring
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