The influence of Jews in Europe is still very large. And every city has a Jewish memorial or synagogue. It can be seen that the Jewish power and financial ability are very broad. The hall is renovated.
Basically, you don't need to ask, you can know that there is no good thing in this synagogue. Because when Europe was invaded by the Germans, it was absolutely impossible to be spared. So you can imagine how Germans treat Jews.
Following the crowd into a small alley, I saw many people taking pictures in front of a small house. Take a closer look and see this six-pointed star logo. It turns out that we have arrived at one of the synagogues in Prague.
It is a place used as a commercial and office building, and it is also a representative building of the local area, so the scenery from a height is very beautiful and suitable for distant views.
This is an old church that has existed for centuries. Although the ticket price is a bit expensive, it is worth it. Notable features.
Preston_Dominguez: Chervena 250/2, Prague 110 00, Czech Republic
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Charles Bridge,Prague Castle,Old Town Square,St. Vitus Cathedral,Prague Astronomical Clock