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Plymouth Synagogue, Plymouth

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#3 of 30 in Historic Sites in Plymouth
Must see · Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Plymouth Synagogue is a synagogue in the city of Plymouth, England and the home of the Plymouth Hebrew Congregation. Built in 1762, it is a listed Grade II* building and the oldest extant synagogue built by Ashkenazi Jews in the English speaking world.
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  • I had no idea that Plymouth had a functioning synagogue until I noticed the Star of David in one of the windows. I wandered around the outside, and bumped into the caretaker, who was very friendly...  more »
  • a guided tour to go to. Rare insight into a hidden building. When you see the notice grap a telephone and book a place. You will not be disappointed  more »
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  • Truely fascinating. Jerry brings it to life and provides both insight in the buildings itself and the history.of the Community
  • What a fabulous end to a really interesting tour of the old Jewish Cemetery. Coffee with Vera was heart felt and deep.
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