Synagogue Architecture and Interior Design
Synagogues share certain functional interior furnishings, but there is no architectural design or artistic style that characterizes a synagogue.
Occasionally the glass windows were decorated with symbolic forms, but that was rare. Synagogue windows were usually few and small and their function strictly utilitarian. They were meant to admit some light and in warm weather some fresh air.
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