The Spanish Synagogue was built in a Moorish architectural style in 1868 and is the oldest Jewish synagogue in Prague. The interior is adorned with beautiful stained glass windows and intricate detailing reminiscent of an Islamic mosque. The synagogue has three galleries which open into the larger body of the synagogue and a large dome sits atop the building providing the already stunning interior with high arched ceilings. While the exterior of the building is certainly beautiful, the interior is the true eye catcher. This ornately detailed and iconic Jewish landmark is certainly worth the stop.
*The Spanish Synagogue is one of the sites included with admission at the Jewish Museum. To see all of the main Jewish sites in Prague, see the Jewish Museum activity Item for a more all inclusive experience.
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