The Dohany Street Synagogue is located on the west side of Budapest, in the center of Pest. It is one of the most famous churches in Budapest and the most famous synagogue in the local area. The architectural style is remarkable, and the color of the exterior walls is very distinctive. The pattern is delicate. The difference between other churches is that this church requires a ticket to visit, which is rare in foreign churches.
The gorgeous Byzantine-Moorish architecture is the largest synagogue in Europe. Built by a Viennese architect in the mid-19th century, this colorful and colorful ceramic-decorated building made of red and yellow bricks is the most magnificent place of interest in the capital. A collection of unique Jewish artifacts from ancient Rome to the 20th century. At the back door of the Holocaust Memorial, there is a tree of steel, which symbolizes the Jewish people's perseverance and perseverance.
The Dohany Street Synagogue marks the entrance to the Budapest Jewish Quarter in history and is the largest synagogue in Europe. The synagogue is 75 meters long and 27 meters wide. It was built from 1854 to 1859 in the Moorish Revival style. It mainly refers to the Moorish architecture in North Africa and Spain (Alhambra). The architect was German Ludwig · Foster, part of the interior design is the work of Frigyes Feszl. The Dohany Street Synagogue complex includes the Great Synagogue, the Hall of Heroes, the cemetery and the Holocaust Memorial.
However, at first sight of the side of this church, some people would think it was a mosque. Until they saw the six-pointed star on the iron gate, they would know that it was a veritable synagogue.
Unlike ordinary Christian churches, synagogues are relatively simple and simple, but they are also delicate and solemn. Knowing more about the sad history will be very sympathetic to this nation or believer. There were many Hungarian Jews, about 100,000. However, after World War II, it was already less than 1%. Remember to look at the metal tree in the courtyard behind the church.
The Dohany Street Synagogue is located in Budapest, the capital of Hungary. It is the largest synagogue in Asia and Europe. It is also the second largest synagogue in the world after the Immanuel Synagogue on Fifth Avenue in New York. The boys need to wear hats when they enter to visit, and they will give out a little white hat.
The tradition of the synagogue is based on the temples in Jerusalem, but the temples in Jerusalem have no images that can be imitated. Therefore, synagogues all over the world have a variety of buildings and are greatly influenced by local culture and other religions. Big. Generally, the synagogue includes an "Ark of the Covenant", which holds the scrolls of the Pentateuch; there is a large stand for reciting the Pentateuch; there is also a seven menorah, which is a symbol of Jews. It is said that it comes from Moses seeing the olive trees burning on Mount Sinai; idols and portraits are not allowed in the synagogue like the mosque. Closed on Monday
Preston_Dominguez: Budapest, Dohány u. 2, 1074 Hungary
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