A beautiful, historic synagogue, a remnant of the Jewish community that was destroyed during the Holocaust.  The synagogue has been reconstructed multiple times (recently again after a 2010 arson attack), and the inside is all new though designed in the fashion of Sephardic synagogues of the time.  A tiny cemetary next to the synogogue has the graves of four rabbis who worked in the synagogue during the 18th and 19th centuries.  Weekly services are held here, as well as special events on holidays such as Rosh Hashana and Passover.  Tours are available during the daytime.