The Spanish Synagogue is located a couple of blocks away from the Maisel Synagogue. Built on the outskirts of what was the Jewish ghetto in 1868, it was a house of worship for an increasing number of Reform Jews. Its façade is a rich expression of Moorish architecture, and the …Read More »
The Spanish Synagogue (Španělská synagóga) built in 1868 was named after its striking Moorish interior. There is an exhibition showing the life of the Jews in the Czech Republic from emancipation to the present day. It is a beautiful building with a domed ceiling, Islamic motifs and stained glass, where the richness of the interior’s special architectural style and wall decorations is stunning. The synagogue is located close to the Parizska Street (Paris Boulevard) and Vězeňská Street. Address: Dušní 12, Prague 1
Spanish Synagogue Gift Shop – Exquisite Torah pointers, skull caps and other exceptional gifts. Location: Vězeňská 1, Prague 1.