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Belz Synagogue

2 Dover Shalom, Jerusalem 9447602, Israel
+972 53-310-0087
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Beautiful Synagogue

This is the nicest synagogue in the world that I've seen by far, huge and beautiful inside and... read more

Reviewed 9 November 2016
ElisAppliances
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Spring Valley, New York
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BELZ MIDRASH AND GREAT SYNAGOGUE

The largest synagogue in Israel built by the hasidic Community of Belz in the center of Kryat Belz... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2016
airport2015
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Jerusalem, Israel
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9 Nov 2016
“Beautiful Synagogue ”
26 Aug 2016
“BELZ MIDRASH AND GREAT SYNAGOGUE”
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2 Dover Shalom, Jerusalem 9447602, Israel
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+972 53-310-0087
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Reviewed 9 November 2016 via mobile

This is the nicest synagogue in the world that I've seen by far, huge and beautiful inside and outside, and very friendly people in there.

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Reviewed 26 August 2016

The largest synagogue in Israel built by the hasidic Community of Belz in the center of Kryat Belz in Jerusalem an enlarged replica of the original school and synagogue built1843 in the town of BELTZ In Galizia,today part of independent Belaruss. the synagogue seats ten...More

Thank airport2015
Reviewed 5 June 2016

To think that the Belzer Chassidic Dynasty was nearly destroyed by the Shoah, one can only be amazed by this glorious building! The Shul is like a foretaste of what the Beis Hamikdash will be like, but 1000 times more buitiful! Belz, the Phynix that...More

Thank Mottle1977
Reviewed 29 June 2015

Its big...is it better? Well its certainly impressive, well kept up....if your into touring shuls...its a must!

2  Thank savytravel99
Reviewed 22 December 2013

I first saw the Belz Synagogue from my window in what was then the Novotel Hotel some 10 years ago and resolved to visit it. Several times I tried to walk there and got lost. One year I even took a cab which pleasantly enough...More

3  Thank Yonatan C
Reviewed 8 May 2013

i love visiting every Friday night packed with belzer Hasidim from all over the world what a pride put into a synagogue

5  Thank abraham m
Reviewed 9 December 2012

the saying: we can do it- and demonstrate the power of those "Galutiim" Jews. the dimensions are huge, all the ornaments are exuisite, and the overwhole impression stays for days.

Thank avi
Reviewed 3 October 2012

lots of effort were made to make this synagogue the biggest and most fancy. for a stranger it's also an interesting (may be in a disturbing way) experience to watch such different habbits and traditions. I think you need to come with a guide to...More

Thank o0oOo0o
Reviewed 8 October 2009

as a chareidi jewish girl from the belz communitiy i have been there several times (from london) i could never get enough of it when one hears the rabbi praying my whole body is tansfused.... the reason y they dont appreciate tourists is simple it...More

5  Thank belzer
Reviewed 25 July 2007

The building is absolutely stunning. It costed 55 million dollars- but the Hasidism don't appreciate tourist, specifically groups. They won't hurt anyone, but they will ask you to leave, specifically women. Also, the main sanctuary is closed during the week, and open only for prayers...More

10  Thank SuperToad
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