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Synagoga Remuh

  • ul. Szeroka 40 Map It
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  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Published 07/06/2017

Fodor's Review

This 16th-century synagogue is still used for worship and is named after the son of its founder, Rabbi Moses Isserles, who is buried in the cemetery attached to the synagogue. Used by the Jewish community from 1533 to 1799, this is the only well-preserved Renaissance Jewish cemetery in Europe. (The so-called new cemetery on ulica Miodowa, which contains many old headstones, was established in 1800.) Today this synagogue in Ashkenazi tradition again serves as a place of prayer for the local Jewish community and visitors. Visitors should wear a head covering out of respect.

Sight Information


ul. Szeroka 40, Kraków, Malopolska, Poland

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Sight Details:

  • zł 5; free Mon.
  • Closed Sat.

Published 07/06/2017


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