The Binkas Synagogue is located in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. The walls of the church are densely covered with the names, numbers, and affiliated institutions of the Jews who were victims of World War II. 77,297 victims were recorded here. Every soul of them rests here for future generations to place their grief. The church also houses paintings by children detained in Terezin concentration camp during World War II.
Binkas Synagogue has a long history. There are many Jews in the whole area. The history of this church is also very famous. People came during World War II.
Part of the tour of the Jewish Museum includes the Pinkas Synagogue. The names of the over 80,00 Jews that were killed by the Nazis fill the walls and are one of the most impressive features. Also, there is a wall with the names of all of the concentration camps.
Built in a late Gothic style, the Pinkas Synagogue is the second oldest in Prague. This synagogue is a bit special among those located in the Jewish quarter; it is a memorial to the nearly 80,000 Bohemian and Moravian Jewish victims of the Shoah. You can visit the synagogue with admission to the Jewish Museum. There's also a permanent exhibition featuring drawings made by children in the Terezín ghetto during World War II.
Prague’s Jewish Quarter is the most valuable Jewish historical memorial in the world. The existing Gothic Synagogue is the oldest cathedral in Europe. There is a unique old Jewish cemetery, thousands of tombstones are in Renaissance and Baroque style. The famous writer Franz. Kafka's residence and birthplace are also here, as well as Pincus Synagogue, Clausen Synagogue, Messer Synagogue, Old and New Synagogue, Spanish Synagogue, and Jewish District City Hall. The Jewish Quarter has existed since the 11th century. It has always been regarded as a slum, with poor public facilities and sanitary conditions. In 1890, the Prague government ordered the rectification of the environment in the Jewish Quarter. At that time, the Art Nouveau style prevailed. As a result, many new art forms and simple buildings emerged, and most of the figure sculptures were simple cubist styles.
There are many new art forms and simple architectures that are worth seeing. Most of the figure sculptures are simple cubist styles.