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Il Tempio Israelitico di Milano, Milan

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  • This is one of several synagogues in Milan, and a beautiful one, too. It is located next to the Guastalla gardens. It is combined with a Jewish community center. Security around the synagogue is high,...  more »
  • The synagogue in Via Guastalla is not the only synagogue in Milan, but it is the most important, and officiated in Italian rite. The façade is the only surviving part original, as the rest was destroyed by Allied bombing in World War II. It's the part that can be seen from the gardens Guastalla, and impresses with beautiful color blue and the eclectic style, now under the Supervision of the fine arts. The Interior was rebuilt and raised and lowered over the years until the current conformation, very bright. Gold mosaic decoration is very nice, and gives a majestic appearance. It is interesting to step onto the women's galleries to see the different perspective it offers. The Community Guide is very patient in answering questions frankly embarrassing, posed by those who do not have no idea where he is, and exhaustive descriptions. If you have the opportunity to visit it, overcoming the obvious security measures, do not miss the opportunity!
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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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