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Sinagoga

Calle Judios 20, 14004 Cordoba, Spain
+34 957 20 29 28
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“tiny gem” (5 reviews)
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Calle Judios 20, 14004 Cordoba, Spain
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Reviewed 4 days ago

We traveled as a group, this venue was part of a guided tour. We had to queue to get in, quite frankly it isn't worth it. Your time can be better spent on other sights in town.

Thank John F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The remnants of this ancient synagogue are a sad testament to the once "golden age" of Spanish Jewry. The other 2 ancient Spanish synagogues are in Toledo. You can appreciate the intricate details of what once was. You will see the cross that remains after...More

Thank estherandco
Reviewed 20 August 2017

This is one small synagogue, but it is culturally and historically significant in Cordoba. Check it out.

Thank Codiak!
Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

This is very small, only one room, but worth a visit. The history is sad as this is the only surviving synagogue in Andalusia. It was even built by the Christians. Well worth a visit.

Thank becky248
Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

There are only 3 surviving momentos of Jewish synagogues prior to 1492 in Spain. The other 2 are in Toledo and are quite impressive. We visited this silent and tiny building early on a Córdoban Sunday and were able to quietly contemplate its importance. Built...More

Thank Friar_Bear
Reviewed 27 July 2017

A 5 star attraction because of it's historical and cultural importance in the story of Cordoba. Sad to realise that centuries of history was wiped out suddenly. If you don't visit here and only visit the mosque-cathedral then you've missed one third of the story...More

Thank LyonDublinVisitor
Reviewed 20 July 2017

We were taken here by our free walking tour guide who explained done interesting details which you may miss if you go alone......special jewish signs on the floor that appear in other areas of the Juderia, how it was whitewashed to protect its identity when...More

Thank Silverfox1405
Reviewed 24 June 2017

The “corazón” of Córdoba Jewish culture is known simply as Sinagoga (synagogue). Constructed in 1315, the small size indicates it possibly was the private synagogue of a wealthy Jewish family—most probably the owner of the adjacent “Casa de Sefarad”, a museum in a home constructed...More

Thank DeanMurphy2020
Reviewed 24 June 2017

This is a tiny room, but worth seeing if only to hear about how the Christian's converted it to a church.

Thank Travelmom143
Reviewed 18 June 2017

Small, interesting site that reflects part of the history of Cordoba. It is basically a room that contains Hebrew and Moorish texts and decoration - it has the atmosphere of a place of religion even though it was last used for this purpose so many...More

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