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Four Sephardic Synagogues in Jerusalem

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  • Photo: Four Sephardic Synagogues in JerusalemPhoto: Four Sephardic Synagogues in Jerusalem
  • Photo: Four Sephardic Synagogues in JerusalemPhoto: Four Sephardic Synagogues in Jerusalem
  • Photo: Four Sephardic Synagogues in JerusalemPhoto: Four Sephardic Synagogues in Jerusalem
Photo: Four Sephardic Synagogues in Jerusalem
Photo: Four Sephardic Synagogues in Jerusalem
Photo: Four Sephardic Synagogues in Jerusalem
Photo: Four Sephardic Synagogues in Jerusalem

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 36 traveler reviews
Interesting
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on September 13, 2022

In the heart of the Old City, these four adjoining synagogues are an amalgamation of different styles with a curious history. You probably need a bit of guidance to properly appreciate it, but even just visually it is unusual.

Amazing, really amazing
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on June 16, 2020

Amazing!nJewish Quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem just a one-minute walk south of Hurva Square, nice, interesting very original place to visit for tourists, journalists and researchers if they will visit the Jerusalem. I have been there in 2006, I really advise to go there!

Women can only see 3 of the 4 synagogues.
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 4, 2019

I hate to rate this special site lower; the history here, and the lack of tourist traffic, made it a beautifully peaceful, special place on the edge of the Jewish quarter. There was a sweet, elderly Sephardic man selling tickets and giving out information, and you could tell he was so proud of the...

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I hate to rate this special site lower; the history here, and the lack of tourist traffic, made it a beautifully peaceful, special place on the edge of the Jewish quarter. There was a sweet, elderly Sephardic man selling tickets and giving out information, and you could tell he was so proud of the history here. Sadly, the last (largest) of the four synagogues was off limits to us (two Jewish women) because there seemed to be an impromptu yeshiva session--complete with aggressively loud argument over the Mishnah--going on inside it, so there had been a massive mechitza hung up, completely obscuring everything except the right-hand and far walls. You couldn't see the seats, the bimah, the sanctuary, etc. Just a white wall of fabric.

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