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  • Calle Judíos Map It
  • Judería
  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Updated 06/07/2014

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The only Jewish temple in Andalusia to survive the expulsion and inquisition of the Jews in 1492, Córdoba's synagogue is also one of only three ancient synagogues left in all of Spain (the other two are in Toledo). Though it no longer functions as a place of worship, it's a treasured symbol for Spain's modern Jewish communities. The outside is plain, but the inside, measuring 23 feet by 21 feet, contains some exquisite Mudejar stucco tracery. Look for the fine plant motifs

and the Hebrew inscription saying that the synagogue was built in 1315. The women's gallery, not open for visits, still stands, and in the east wall is the ark where the sacred scrolls of the Torah were kept.

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Calle Judíos, Córdoba, 14003, Spain

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  • €0.30
  • Tues.–Sun. 9:30–2:45

Updated 06/07/2014


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