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Tiny ghetto

A lovely tiny ghetto with nothing than a little synagogue door. Need to call the landlord for a... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
lucasrg2017
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Greater London, United Kingdom
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To fall upon such a lovingly preserved piece of history

We fell upon this tiny little synagogue by accident and it consumed us with its incredible history... read more

Reviewed 22 July 2018
hwicky
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4 weeks ago
“Tiny ghetto”
21 Jul 2018
“To fall upon such a lovingly preserved piece of history ”
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Vico degli Ebrei, 74024, Manduria, Italy
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A lovely tiny ghetto with nothing than a little synagogue door. Need to call the landlord for a visit. The phone number is on the door.

Thank lucasrg2017
Reviewed 22 July 2018 via mobile

We fell upon this tiny little synagogue by accident and it consumed us with its incredible history. We were lucky enough to meet the owner who has taken such incredible care of this place and knows a considerable amount of its provenance. If you don’t...More

Thank hwicky
Reviewed 5 July 2017

Tiny but oh so meaningful. A minute synagogue that exudes tranquillity and calm. Perfect for a pre-travel visit! The gentleman who owns it and lives nearby is so accommodating and opens it up by appointment. Not to be missed.

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Reviewed 11 September 2015

Wandering through these back lanes it is easy to appreciate how people lived in past times. There are odd nookes and crannies, odd doorways and windows. Unfortunately our visit was during a rainy afternoon so photography was not possible. Gives a good reason to return...More

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