Comprising of various structures and locales scattered through the city's Jewish Quarter, the Jewish Museum in Prague gives an exceptional chance to find out about this community's rich history. The Klaus Synagogue and Ceremonial Hall both element displays on Jewish love and family customs, while the adjacent Maisel Synagogue annals the historical backdrop of Central European Jews. The Old-New Synagogue, where some say the Golem made by Rabbi Loew still dozes, is another prominent stop; it is the most seasoned working synagogue in all of Europe. Try not to disregard the Pinkas Synagogue, home to a moving commemoration to Jewish casualties of the Holocaust; it opens onto the Old Jewish Cemetery, a sorrowful place packed with a great many inclining headstones.
Jews Bohemia and Moravia Part II: Emancipation to the Present