Synagoga Izaaka, Krakow

About Synagoga Izaaka, Krakow

Synagoga Izaaka, Krakow - Address, Phone Number

Address: Kupa 18, 31-057 Kraków, Poland

Phone: +48-124302222

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Time Required: 00:20 Mins

Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

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Isaac reb Yekele was the banker who Undo the construction of this synagogue. The Baroque Era building has an austere looking exterior but a beautifully stucco decorated interior ceiling. Upstairs, in the women's gallery, you'll find frescoes of Hebrew text. Refurbishment of the synagogue is still underway. However, there are photographs of former residents of this neighborhood and their families. A short film focuses on the ghetto. What most people tend to be fascinated by the silent films showing the Germans clearing the Jewish quarter out. A shop inside of the synagogue sells kosher food. Sometimes there are klezmer concerts held here.

Synagoga Izaaka Ticket Prices

  • Klezmer concerts: 60 PLN

Synagoga Izaaka Opening and Closing Hours

  • Klezmer concerts: Sunday, Monday and Thursday: 6 p.m.

How To reach Synagoga Izaaka by Public Transport

  • Drive to here or take a taxi.

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  • Beautiful synagogue! Has a lot of Jewish history and artifacts on display! Very interesting

  • Modest place. Entrance should be free.

  • I appreciated it's beauty. It's my first time to enter a synagogue.

  • Very beautiful, small and calm. The life Klezmer music was so beautiful and touching. The band was very good! Get your tickets and enjoy.

  • Very beautiful synagogue in Kraków. Even for non religious people, I would highly recommend coming. The architecture and the art (remaining) is great. It brings me back to the 1600's

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