Portuguese Synagogue, Amsterdam

#6 of 69 in Historic Sites in Amsterdam
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Architectural Building
Portuguese Synagogue is a relic of the mass migration of Portuguese Jews to Amsterdam during the Inquisition. The ornate synagogue, finished in 1675, allowed the Jews, who had been expelled from Spain and subsequently fled Portugal, the freedom to practice their religion. Take a tour to gain a deeper understanding of the hardships the Jews faced. A tour that includes a guided walk through the Jewish quarter in addition to the synagogue is also available. Plan your Portuguese Synagogue visit and explore what else you can see and do in Amsterdam using our Amsterdam online tour builder.
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  • The Portoguese Synagogue in Amsterdam is very beautiful, and very well kept. Also, incredibly interesting is the Treasure Museum located on the same grounds. Staff is very helpful an friendly, and...  more »
  • It was a privilege to be able to visit this incredible place. Some incredible moving stories and do recommend the audio guide  more »
  • This building is so historic and is preserved so well. It's a pity that it is rarely used as a house of worship. An enormous synagogue of great interest to all
  • A "must visit" place if you end visiting Amsterdam. The place is beautiful and historical. People there were very nice.
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