Designed by Thomas Rowe, this building, the headquarters of the Jewish faith, was consecrated in 1878. The Great Synagogue ... More
Great Synagogue (The)
Designed by Thomas Rowe, this building, the headquarters of the Jewish faith, was consecrated in 1878. The Great Synagogue features columns, ornate wrought-iron gates, a paneled ceiling covered with gold leaf stars, and other elaborate decorations inspired by synagogues built in London and Liverpool. There is also a museum that runs two or three exhibitions a year on different aspects of Jewish life and heritage. Visit website for more details.
the rabbi was a delieght! beautiful architecture! a truly unique experience, great way to learn about and appreciate judaism. everybody would enjoy this! young, old, jew, non jew, tourist, sydneysider, school groups, families, individuals! go during the day for a quiet look or during a service on the sabbath! beware all belongings must be left at the door.
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