New Synagogue in Berlin by *pingallery on deviantART

Neue Synagogue, Berlin, Germany Neue Synagoge Berlin’s largest synagogue, built originally in was demolished in World War II but completely reconstructed in Its magnificent dome is.

Jewish Synagogue , Oslo Norway

Det Mosaiske Trossamfund (The Jewish Community) - Oslo Synagogue

The use of Stained glass is common in the interior design of Iranian architecture and also in Churches and Synagogues. But it may seem amazing to you to see it in Mosques. Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque is one of the few mosques in the world whose impressive interior design with “stained glass” has turned it into an admirable artwork. What made me prepare this collection was my enthusiasm to explore the world through the lens of my camera. From the first days after having bought my first Camera. I…

The use of Stained glass is common in the interior design of Iranian architecture. Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque is one of the few mosques in the world whose impressive interior design with “stained glass” has turned it into an admirable artwork.

Ulm Synagogue by Kister Scheithauer Gross #architecture #religious-buildings

Ulm Synagogue by Kister Scheithauer Gross

Sinagoga Ulm / Kister Scheithauer Gross Architects And Urban Planners Ulm Synagogue / Kister Scheithauer Gross Architects And Urban Planners – Augsburg, Germany -Plataforma Arquitectura

Jew's Court, The oldest synagogue in the British Isles, a Norman building it is immediately above The Jew's house and dates between 1150 and 1180. It is probably the only standing medieval Synagogue in UK. It is still in use and part of it operates as a book shop

Jew's Court, The oldest synagogue in the British Isles, a Norman building it is immediately above The Jew's house and dates between 1150 and It is probably the only standing medieval Synagogue in UK. It is still in use and part of it operates as a b

Central Synagogue was built in 1872 in the Moorish Revival architectural style, consciously copying Budapest’s Dohany Street Synagogue. No other synagogue in New York City has been in continuous use for a longer period of time. Although the building once drew criticism for its elaborate style, it is now hailed as a National Historic Landmark and a symbolic pillar of New York’s Jewish community.

Central Synagogue was built in 1872 in the Moorish Revival architectural style, consciously copying Budapest’s Dohany Street Synagogue. No other synagogue in New York City has been in continuous use for a longer period of time.

Berlin Neue Synagoge 2005 - Moorish Revival architecture - Wikipedia

Across Oranienburger Straße is the Neue Synagogue: built in the late century this building survived World War II, and its golden dome stands out from afar.

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