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This restored synagogue is a valuable sight for all tourists to see. Interesting to climb the steep small stairs up to the womens area to see a traditional separration of the sexes within the observant. The Jews were a respected and valued group wthin ancient...More
Although I believe this little synagogue is no longer in use, as the Jewish community is very small, this is now more of a museum. This beautiful, old, historic synagogue was built in the 17th century and renovated in the middle 1990’s. It is located...More
This is an abandoned synagogue restored for tourists to visit. As synagogues go this one is quite plain but representative of a working Moroccan synagogue of the last couple of centuries. Look for the steps leading down below the synagogue floor to the mikve. What...More
If you go to Fes el-Jdid then a visit to the Danan Synagogue should be on your list of must-dos. If you're not planning to head to that part of Fes, then this is probably not worth a special trip, unless you have special interest...More
This synagogue is part of the mellah (Jewish quarter) in Fez and provides a good focal point to reflect on the history of Jewish people in Morocco. This synagogue was in active use by local Jews until the mass migration of the Jewish population to...More
It is amazing to see this synagogue and it helps open the door to learning more about Moroccos rich and diverse history. It is wonderful that the synagogue is protected and able to be visited and enjoyed. It is totally safe to visit and nobody...More