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We checked out the building as part of the World Press Photojournalism Awards display. The display only utilized 2/3 of the ground floor. The building is a wonderful arabesque synogogue modeled on the Great Synogogue in Berlin. A demonstration of the importance of the Sephardic...More
Quite interesting architectural style with a very serene and warm surrounding. Interior elements of decorations and artifacts are very interesting and intriguing. Definetly a must see while in the Old Town.
We saw this as we were walking by and decide to go in. It was very interesting. I wish we would have been there in time for the tour. It was very interesting. The staff very nice and helpful. We learned some things from reading...More
It's nice to visit a synagogue, but I felt that this one is no match for the Jewish museum in Amsterdam or the Sjoel museum in Elburg. The 2 euro entry price reflects this well. Nevertheless there is a highlight here, namely a mikwe that...More
We were lucky enough to coincide with an English tour which was fascinating. Very informative tour guide who knew a huge amount about the history of the Jewish community in Groningen. Highly recommended