We were lucky to be able to queue for just a few minutes to enter into the synagogue. I don't know if the person who was letting us all in thought that we were part of the tour, or in fact we got lucky, as...More
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Given that this is one of the few surviving synagogues in Spain it is a must visit because of its place in history. It is very small and compact and the atmosphere it generates results from its venerable past.
We traveled as a group, this venue was part of a guided tour. We had to queue to get in, quite frankly it isn't worth it. Your time can be better spent on other sights in town.
The remnants of this ancient synagogue are a sad testament to the once "golden age" of Spanish Jewry. The other 2 ancient Spanish synagogues are in Toledo. You can appreciate the intricate details of what once was. You will see the cross that remains after...More
This is one small synagogue, but it is culturally and historically significant in Cordoba. Check it out.
There are only 3 surviving momentos of Jewish synagogues prior to 1492 in Spain. The other 2 are in Toledo and are quite impressive. We visited this silent and tiny building early on a Córdoban Sunday and were able to quietly contemplate its importance. Built...More
A 5 star attraction because of it's historical and cultural importance in the story of Cordoba. Sad to realise that centuries of history was wiped out suddenly. If you don't visit here and only visit the mosque-cathedral then you've missed one third of the story...More