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Old Synagogue, Barcelona
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Just two rooms in a building in a side street, and down some steep stairs - for a 2.50 euro donation you can see the excavations of the former synagogue which was on the site, and enjoy a 15-minute pr... read more »
We had a very informative talk from a friendly young lady here. We looked around the exhibits. There was a little shop with some great things to buy. We really enjoyed our visit and learnt a lot
It's a nice effort that they've tried to do something with this venue but there's really my a lot to see. I entered the building / shop and asked where the synagogue was before being told "this is it"... read more »
This place is easy to miss if you don't follow the signs properly. The interior is small, but filled with rich history of the Jews and their time in Spain.
Small but very interesting. Good talk given by the proprietor too
Really impressive. Included in the entrance price is a guide (english) which tells about the history of the building.
A nice place to see. Very small and not much there.
Maxim KhrustalevWere here in late autumn, when it rained incessantly, and there was almost no tourists. Went to a synagogue. In the mal′n′koj room at the table-a boy and a girl in the form of the IDF, which is something peacefully twittering, but now bewildered stared at us. Who else could bring in this weather? About tourists from Russia, who are not afraid of any weather, they haven't heard. Shalom, just in case I said.-Shalom, the girl replied and boika something began to speak in Hebrew. I had to stop this verbal flow. -Rusit? Anglit? I asked. Second confusion. -Ya ne govorit ' po-russki with strong Catalan accent told young They Lo medaber Ivrit (I don't speak Hebrew-PSI), I answered him. The boy thought for a moment, smiled, and went into the corner, where the pohihikivaâ kept repeating the mantra:-Ya ne govorit ' po-russki They Lo medaber Ivrit ... The situation was saved by a girl who at the cheerful anglite, told us that the inspection of the main Jewish sights in Barcelona worth 2.5 euro per person. You can take pictures without restriction. The price includes an excursion in Hebrew, Spanish, Catalan or English.show original
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