Our Synagogue Gallery

Feel free to browse through our gallery of Synagogues. The interior of each one is shown in a 360-degree panorama view. Simply click on a thumbnail image to view the interior panorama image of each synagogue.

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Aberdeen

Name:
Congregation B'nai Isaac
Year Built:
1917
Description:
Although small in size this synagogue has endured for nearly 100 years.

Abilene

Name:
Temple Mizpah
Year Built:
1941
Description:
It's name literally translates as "watch tower", was suggested by an itinerant rabbi who called the synagogue a Mizpah meaning an outpost in the wilderness.

Albany

Name:
Temple B'nai Israel
Year Built:
1999
Description:
Temple B'nai Israel has been a Reform congregation since its founding in 1854 and was one of the original members of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations.

Alliance

Name:
Tifereth Israel
Year Built:
1889
Description:
One of the last remnants of the Alliance Colony and one of few remaining 19th century wooden synagogues still in use in the United States.

Altoona

Name:
Temple Beth Israel
Year Built:
1927
Description:
A neo-Classic domed synagogue with an interior that is striking and inspiring in its purity and simplicity.

Amsterdam

Name:
Gerard Dou Synagogue
Year Built:
1892
Description:
The oldest functioning Ashkenazi synagogue in Amsterdam, nestled between two row-houses on the narrow Gerard Dou street, the synagogue remained unnoticed by the Nazis during World War II. Due to the watchful eyes of its neighbours, the building survived the war.

Amsterdam

Name:
Portuguese Synagogue
Year Built:
1675
Description:
As a result of the Spanish Inquisition, in 1492 many Jews fled Spain and settled in Portugal. Many of their descendants, seeking a more religiously tolerant place to live, located in Amsterdam where they built Amsterdam's Portuguese Synagogue which opened in 1675.

Ancona

Name:
Ancona - Italian
Year Built:

Description:
One of two synagogues occupying a building on a street that was once the main street of the old ghetto. Both synagogues were moved from their previous locations.
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