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After Subotica and Szeged, this is the third very handsome and impressive synagogue in the region. It has not be quite as lovingly restored as Subotica’s, but nevertheless worth a visit. It is an impressive reminder how once the Jewish community felt as home in...More
I enjoy visiting the Synagogue, especially on the concert occasions, because it has amazing acoustic. The building is really beautiful as well, and its history and tradition are long and complicated (before this building there were some others synagogues in Novi Sad) and it witnessed...More
I visited this synagogue in late July, as part of a ten day Jewish Heritage Tour of the Balkans.
Our tour guide possessed a Phd. in Serbian Jewish history. Her knowledge of the subject was extensive and greatly enhanced our visit to this synagogue.
Outside is a beautiful building and reflects the past of the city. If you find the guard and enter the antechamber you will see some of the life of the city's Jewish inhabitants while the main area is a typical synagogue. Concerts have been taking...More
While not an active synagogue, the building does host a variety of concerts in the evenings, of many different types. Acoustics are pretty good. So if you happen to see an artist or group that interests you, try it. All the concerts we went to...More
The Synagogue is about 5 to 10 minute from city center.this Synagogue is a beautiful building and with unique architecture.we try to visit inside but there was closed and nobody there was to help us.i recommend to visit here and worth it.
The Jewish community were clearly powerful 100+ years ago. This is an impressive synagogue. It was open and we walked in, but the man waited for us to leave and then locked up. I gave it 4/5 whereas the Subotonica one had 5/5 just to...More
The building is architecturally very attractive . It is always kept locked. But don't lose heart the caretaker can be found some where nearby . He will open it for you to visit. At the entrance there is an exhibition of jewish articles. Worth visiting....More