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Not much remains of what was a thriving jewish centre in an historical part of town.
Only five jews remain and we were lucky to meet the oldest (Sarah) and the youngest who collected the cash at the Synagogue. Well worth seeing. The tiles and...More
Spent an afternoon walking round and being constantly harassed by shop owners asking if we wanted to look inside ... if only we’d been left alone we might actually had a look as it was we kept just walking past !! When we did stop...More
You find these same tourist shops pretty much everywhere in Kerala so not really interesting from that aspect. And not much left from the original Jewish community except for the Synagogue. However, if you do look up at the buildings, it is worth a stroll...More
Besides the wonderful old synagogue, the oldest in India, the streets are packed with little shops selling wonderful handmade blouses, skirts, pants, purses, scarves and other locally made items. You can also find a number of antique stores. The local spice store also has good...More
There are various shops for buying cloth material, Shall etc. but the price to be bargained. Near to this you can see one Limca book of Record awarded VARPU ( cooking vessel) 3184 kgs 12 ft dia in single cast.