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Pinkas Synagogue

this Sight was last updated on 2 Aug 02

The Pinkas Synagogue (Pinkasova Synagoga) is contained within the walls of the Old Jewish Cemetary. It was originally founded by Rabbi Pinkas in 1479 and therefore is Prague's second oldest synagogue.
It now serves as a memorial to the Jews of Czechoslovakia who were imprisoned in the Terezin concentration camp and later deported to Nazi death camps.
77,297 names, names of those who did not return, are inscribed on the walls.

Siroka 3
Josefov  show me everything in Josefov
Prague 1
Czech Republic
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Metro A (Green) to Staromestska

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Guided tours available?: Yes
Entrance free?: Yes
Type of landmark: Building, Monument, Statue/Memorial, Religious Place
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