The Most Instagrammable Synagogues in the World

There is no shortage of beautiful Jewish architecture.

There are beautiful synagogues all over the world, and thanks to the wonder of social media, it’s become very easy to access high-quality pictures of them. Here are a few that we’ve loved sharing on our Instagram feed:

Beth Sholom Congregation in Elkins Park, PA, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

The Kazinczy Street Synagogue in Budapest

East Midwood Jewish Center in Brooklyn, NY

The Synagogue de la Ghriba in Tunisia

The Moscow Choral Synagogue

The Synagoge Rykestraße in Berlin

The Old Synagogue in Pilsen

The Sofia Synagogue in Bulgaria

The Synagogue Justo Sierra 71 in Mexico City

The Great Synagogue of Rome

Princes Road Synagogue in Liverpool, England

The Knesset Eliyahoo synagogue in Mumbai, India

The Subotica Synagogue in Serbia

The Plum Street Synagogue in Cincinnati, OH

The Jerusalem Synagogue in Prague

The Dohany Synagogue in Budapest

The Magen David Synagogue in Kolkata

The Bradford Tree of Life Synagogue in West Yorkshire, England


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