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Since its original construction in 1700 by the followers of Rabbi Judah, the Hurva has been been destroyed twice in order to weaken the presence of Jews in the Old City. The Hurva tells the story of the rebirth and renewal of the Jewish community in...more
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This synagogue is a classic building of the Old City of Jerusalem. It is beautiful inside and you can see some of the best views of Jerusalem from the top. It is definitely worth stopping here to visit and see the sights.
This is in the Jewish Quarter in Yaffo by the Western wall. Very interesting history. Go to the top to hear the story and see a gorgeous view. I recommend this highly. I had to ask a few people where it was but a lot...More
The Hurva Synagogue, also known as Hurvat Rabbi Yehudah he-Pasid, was founded in the early 18th century but was destroyed by Muslims in 1721. It lay in ruins for over 140 years and becamed known as The Hurva (The Ruins). Rebuilt in 1864 it was...More
This Synagogue was rebuilt after the 6 day war. On the top floor there is an outside and inside terrace. Outside, fantastic views of the city. Inside, you can observe worship, prayers and studies going on. Beautiful adornments.