Synagoga Remuh, Krakow

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Synagoga Remuh, Krakow - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Szeroka 40, 30-001 Kraków, Poland

Phone: +48-124295735

Ticket Price: 5 PLN

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details

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Of all the synagogues that used to exist in Krakow, this was the smallest of them. Yet it’s assuming appearance perhaps also cemented its authority has the most authentic of the synagogues. It's a simple the renaissance building constructed in 1558. The synagogue was named after one of the Jewish intellectual leaders interred in the temple’s cemetery - Moses Isserles Auerbach, known as Remuh. Restored after the ransacking by the Nazis in World War II, this is the only one all the Krakow synagogues that is still active for religious services of Orthodox Jews. See the ark in which the Torah scrolls are kept. Check out the tomb fragments on the Wailing Wall. Outside the cemetery, you will find the statue of Jan Karski, a Polish World War II resistance movement fighter.

Synagoga Remuh Information

  • Put on some modest headgear, like a skullcap, before you step in.

Synagoga Remuh Opening and Closing Hours

  • Close to tourists on Saturdays and Jewish holidays.

How To reach Synagoga Remuh by Public Transport

  • Drive to here or take a taxi.

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  • Very good location and well kept . It feels like we are transported to a Jewish Street of the past memories , feels like a lot of history . All the restaurants and shops in this street gives us that feel.

  • My first time in a synagogue, so don't have anything to compare with. However, it was an okay entrance fee and I could freely walk around looking.

  • Beautiful sinagoge and cementery. Small and cosy sinagogue and large and Beautiful cementery. 10plns adults. Here there is the tomb of the great rabin Remuh, with several signs of affection from people. Nice and emotive .

  • Nice cemetery but small synagogue, the price was a bit high for the entrance but it is still reasonable.

  • Beautiful synagogue, with a deep history.

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