Clausen Synagogue is located at the entrance of the Old Jewish Cemetery in Joseph Town, Prague, Czech Republic. It was the largest synagogue in the Jewish Quarter at that time. The church was built in 1689-1694 in the Baroque architectural style. The church is simple and solemn, with very exquisite murals inside, with a chanting table in the middle and seats around it.
Clausen Synagogue is a synagogue in Prague, located in the Jewish Cemetery in the Old Town of Joseph. This church has a history of more than 400 years. The church has survived many wars, and it is a miracle that it has been preserved to this day.
The church is still very good... very beautiful! thumbs up
Clausen Synagogue is the largest Jewish church in the Czech Republic. The Jews in this place are very famous, and the interior space of many churches is very large.
This church was the largest Jewish church in the Czech Republic at that time, and you can feel the power of the Jews at that time!