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La Grande synagogue de Jérusalem

  • 56, Rue King George, Jérusalem
TripAdvisor ReviewsBasé sur 61 commentaires de voyageurs
Moderne
Evaluation TripAdvisorMis à jour le November 18, 2019

Une très grande et très belle synagogue extrêmement moderne et tout aussi réussie - même pour les non initiés

Grandiose
Evaluation TripAdvisorMis à jour le August 22, 2017

synagogue vide au moment de notre visite, nous avons pu déambuler dans tout le site, magnifiques vitraux qui font entrer la lumière et grand lustre majestueux

“The pretty good synagogue”
Evaluation TripAdvisorMis à jour le April 24, 2022

PROS • Important religious structure of Israel • Seat of the Chief Rabbinates • Interesting architecture • Iconic famous building • Large religious prayer Sanctuary • Extensive mezuzah box collection • Apparently free access • Centrally located CONS • Building not new but upkeep good • Not a critical & central tourist attraction MY EXPERIENCE “I visited this place” on the last day of the “sand-of-the-season” of...

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PROS • Important religious structure of Israel • Seat of the Chief Rabbinates • Interesting architecture • Iconic famous building • Large religious prayer Sanctuary • Extensive mezuzah box collection • Apparently free access • Centrally located CONS • Building not new but upkeep good • Not a critical & central tourist attraction MY EXPERIENCE “I visited this place” on the last day of the “sand-of-the-season” of the Passover festival. I had heard that there was a fantastic and spirited celebration of thanksgiving for the famous ancient Biblical Exodus from Egypt. That was certainly the case- the fantastic unbelievably enthusiastic raucous rapturous singing of the praises and the rejoicing was almost contagious even for me. Hundreds of people sang and danced and prayed and communed together as free Jews serving their Lord in their ancient ancestral homeland- write a sight to behold and write an event to experience and I hope that you find my many photos to be “helpful.” TIPS • Maybe best to go on a guided tour • Try to go to a religious service there

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