A beautiful building with amazing architectural detail. Originally built in 1872 and then rebuilt after a destructive fire in 1998, it is a designated historic landmark which is why it landed on my radar. I know very little about Judaism and my visit to this synagogue was educational. This synagogue is only open at specific times so check the website before you go. On Wednesdays there is a docent led tour in the afternoon which I took.
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