Híjar Synagogue
The Híjar Synagogue is a surviving, pre-expulsion synagogue building in the city of Híjar, Aragon, Spain.Since the expulsion of the Jews from Spain it has been in use as the Church of San Antón in Híj...
Córdoba Synagogue
Córdoba Synagogue (Spanish: Sinagoga de Córdoba) is a historic edifice in the Jewish Quarter of Córdoba, Spain built in 1315.The synagogue was built in Mudéjar style by architects led by Isaac Moh...
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Ancient synagogue (Barcelona)
The Ancient Synagogue of Barcelona (Catalan: Sinagoga Major de Barcelona, Spanish: Sinagoga Mayor de Barcelona, Hebrew: בית הכנסת העתיק מאיור‎) is believed to be an ancient synagogue loc...
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Santa María la Blanca
Santa María la Blanca (literally Saint Mary the White, originally known as the Ibn Shushan Synagogue, or commonly "The Congregational Synagogue of Toledo'") is a museum and former synagogue in Toledo,...
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Synagogue of El Transito
The Synagogue of El Transito (Spanish: Sinagoga del Tránsito) is a historic building in Toledo, Spain. It is famous for its rich stucco decoration, which bears comparison with the Alcazar of Sevil...
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Old main synagogue, Segovia
The old main synagogue (Spanish: antigua sinagoga mayor) is a religious edifice in Segovia, Spain. Dating to the 14th century, it was converted into a convent of the nuns of Order of Saint Clare....
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Beth Yaacov Synagogue (Madrid, Spain)
The Beth Yaakov Synagogue is a synagogue in Madrid, Spain.Jews began to return to Spain in the nineteenth century, long after the execution and movement of Catholicism throughout the entirety of Spain...
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