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The Old-New Synagogue

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Tips from locals

Radek
Radek
March 3, 2019
The Jewish part of town
Jan
Jan
July 23, 2018
Dating back to the 13th centruy, this synagogue is the oldest one in Europe which is still in use. Very interesting story about the Golem :)
Jan & Jana & Boris
Jan & Jana & Boris
May 1, 2018
Prague used to have the biggest Jewish community in Europe up until World War II. There is a whole area called Jewish Quarter stretching from The Old Town square along Pařížská ulice (the designer street) to the river. It has been completely rebuilt in 19th century from ghetto to Parisian style…
Bert
Bert
May 1, 2018
Prague used to have the biggest Jewish community in Europe up until World War II. There is a whole area called Jewish Quarter stretching from The Old Town square along Pařížská ulice (the designer street) to the river. It has been completely rebuilt in 19th century from ghetto to Parisian style…
Lucie
Lucie
April 21, 2018
Dating back to the 13th century, this synagogue is the oldest one in Europe which is still in use. Very interesting story about the Golem :-)

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Location
18 Maiselova
Hlavní město Praha, 110 01
Phone+420 224 800 812