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Maisel Synagogue, Prague

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  • This nice looking Synagogue looks like other churches built at the time. This is a museum not a current Synagogue. There is a lot of good information on history of the Jewish people both economic and ...  more »
  • This 16th century neo-Gothic synagogue in the Jewish quarter hosts part of the the Jewish museum. The exhibition inside is small but incredibly dense in information. You can learn a lot about the hist...  more »
  • Well worth a visit, covers the history of Jews in Czek Republic, well presented and curated. Shows both the highs and low points of the community life.  more »
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  • An interesting museum about Jewish life in Prague from the middle ages to the 18th century. The building is nice too, but come here for the museum exhibition. As part of the combination ticket, it makes a really good introduction to Prague Jewish history.
  • I'm sorry I can't appreciate the appealing of non free, small, lack of detail and full of tourist synagogues but this one once again is just an small synagogue with nothing interesting inside. Actually the most interesting thing (and one of the only) is just a television running a video with a map of synagogues in Prague in 3D. And that's it basically.
  • Just a small museum (with nice items, true, but still) in a restored and completely uninteresting synagogue. Skip that one, and go see the cemetery, which is much more interesting to see!
  • Beautiful Museum. Very instructive about the life of Jews in the 18th century. Well maintained.
  • Excellent and very well laid out material about the pre 18th century experience of Jews in bohemian.