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Il Tempio Israelitico di Milano, Milan

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Il Tempio Israelitico di Milano is located in Milan. Work out when and for how long to visit Il Tempio Israelitico di Milano and other Milan attractions using our handy Milan tourist route planner.
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  • For some time I wanted to visit the synagogue in Milan and then I joined the initiative of Milanoguida. I will not dwell on the history and architectural aspects of the place already in detail illustrated by others on this site and certainly very interesting, I wanted to instead relate my feelings about what Jewish Synagogue guide shows. Well I was expecting an emotional involvement that I haven't tried, many claims have left me puzzled, I did not understand some of the dictates of Judaism and eventually I got out of the visit quite disappointed and without having added a lot to my previous knowledge. Because it might be a subjective sensation invitation those interested to experience not being influenced by my judgment. Last note the duration of the visit (almost two hours) is quite long.
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  • To see absolutely. Is located in via Guastalla near Guastalla Gardens, built in the late 1800 and renovated in the mid-1900 and also towards the end of the last century. Many architects have contributed to various remakes from Baghdadi in Morpurgo and Germans. Plenty of light inside full of colors very bright and motivated (gold)
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  • If you go through the pretty Giardini della Guastalla or around the Court is hard to miss this construction somewhat different in shape and color, from all the others. This is the main Synagogue in Milan, built in the late 19th century as a result of the strong growth of the Jewish community of the city. Actually the original building, built in an eclectic style by Luca Beltrami, and Luigi Lieutenants in 1890-92, remains only the beautiful facade with mosaics in blue and gold, since the three-nave Interior went completely destroyed in the bombing in August 1943. It was rebuilt in 1953 in its present form, while the Interior was radically altered decades ago by introducing, among other things, new Windows and stained glass of New York artist Roger Selden reproducing various Jewish symbols. Worth a stop for reflection the plaque to the left of the entrance gate, with the names of 896 Jews deported to Nazi death camps in Milan.
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