The Jewish Church is located in the old district of Cairo. Before you go in, you need a security check. Then you sit on the benches on both sides and listen to the guide's introduction. No photography is allowed in the church, but the tour guide knows well the photographic skills of the Chinese people. When there are no staff members, he asks everyone to take a few pictures quickly. Finally, he just remembers to take pictures. The tour guide did not listen to a word he said.
Banezra synagogue, the oldest Synagogue in Egypt. The appearance of the synagogue is very simple, in sharp contrast to the interior, which has gorgeous and delicate decoration. It's just not allowed to take pictures inside. Look at the outside and the local people.
This synagogue has been renovated in recent years. It is the most important and historic Synagogue in Germany. Baroque style, pointed Gothic style; what we call churches are also named walls decorated with Arabic style arches and plant patterns, and some vague Hebrew words remind people that this is actually a synagogue. It is also a landscape of cultural integration.
There are three synagogues in Cairo, of which the Banyazra synagogue is the largest. The walls of its propaganda room are covered with black and white photographs of some local politicians or famous religious figures. Through the propaganda room came to the church interior, but the church is strictly prohibited to take photos, so did not leave photos, it is a pity.
A hundred-year-old synagogue, Banezra was the earliest church built in Egypt. Its magnificent buildings were often destroyed by artillery fire and its reconstruction seemed sacred. In the church to retain the classical decorative style, it is worth watching.
Many Egyptian churches and mosques do not require tickets and can be visited free of charge. Banezra is the oldest Synagogue in Egypt. Because the invasion of the Roman army was damaged. In the 8th century, it was rebuilt on the site of St. Michel's Church in the Coptic parish. It was rebuilt by Yazra, also known as the Banyazra synagogue. The appearance of the synagogue is very simple, in sharp contrast to the interior, which has gorgeous and delicate decoration.
The synagogue, probably because of its long time in Egypt, has also been assimilated by the local Muslims, so some ornaments have been made into some features of the mosque, which in general is quite beautiful.
The oldest Synagogue in Cairo was built in the 9th century and rebuilt in the 12th century by Rabbi Abraham Ben Ezra of Jerusalem. The real big discovery in this church was that in the 19th century, people found an untouched treasure house. It's worth visiting.
It is the oldest Synagogue in Egypt. It was destroyed by the Roman army and rebuilt by Banezra. So it gets its name. Now the church retains its classical style and is worth watching.
It's worth watching. The magnificent buildings of the church geese are often destroyed by artillery fire and the reconstruction is sacred. The churches in Egypt are very important.