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Reviewed 5 days ago

A small but must-see part of a visit to Cordoba. Intricate carvings on the walls. A very simple and short in-and-out experience that takes no time at all to get to and is easy to find.

Thank ilovescones
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Almost nothing to see, really a waste of time...Just two rooms with almost no historical heritance. With all due respect it´s not worth your visit.

Thank Mofongo22
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Reviewed 27 September 2018

I'm not sure what is going on but after 30 minutes of navigating with a lousy tourist map, we finally found the synagogue. It was closed without explanation and the outside is certainly not worth the effort to find it.

Thank Weerobbie
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Reviewed 20 August 2018

Abandoned and empty, it evoked the sadness of a people lost to this city and country. The building is unimpressive and empty and is only open for very limited hours.

1  Thank Mojaquera
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Reviewed 19 August 2018

It is a shame that the closure is not advertised more widely in the tourist office. It was hard to find and then to see it is closed was a let down. However the outside looks fascinating and I am sure when it reopens it will be amazing!

Thank ChristopherAuckland
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Reviewed 23 July 2018 via mobile

Closed for renovation.
Normally closed on Mondays.
Best to try to find statue of Maimonides!
At present there is no planned re opening date.
There is an ancient synagogue in Toledo ( closed on Mondays).

1  Thank goldsb
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Reviewed 18 July 2018

I passed by this place while exploring the Jewish quarter. It was closed when I was there. Some websites mentioned it is currently closed for renovation works, no idea when it will reopen. Hence I took some photos of its exterior and move on.

Thank LG_Kay
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Reviewed 2 March 2018

We were very disappointed that it was closed for repairs at the moment. The door was open and we peeked in, but couldn't see much. We'd love to see it sometime.

1  Thank RobinSyracuse
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Reviewed 30 December 2017

This was worthy of a visit in the historic centre, and a peaceful experience, in a mini time capsule for Jewish worship.

Thank 32julia402
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Reviewed 20 December 2017

The synagogue was built in the 14th century and still has some of the original plaster reliefs and Hebrew inscriptions.It is small and built in the Muslim style of architecture. The synagogue was used for other purposes after the Jews were expelled from Spain in 1492. It is a poignant reminder of flourishing Jewish life in Spain before the Catholic Inquisition. Interestingly, Granada, Cordoba and Seville all have "Jewish Quarters" to this day even though Jews have not had a significant presence in those cities for the last five hundred years.

Thank Yuri S
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