The Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague, Czech Republic

It is estimated that the Old Jewish cemetery in Prague has 12,000 visible tombstones, with up to 100,000 burials. The cemetery was active from the early 1400s until 1787. It is sobering and surreal at the same time. It is quiet. People walk around in wonder, and respect. The small space was all that was […]

Jerusalem Synagogue Is Outside Prague’s Jewish Quarter

As you walk down the narrow Jerusalem Street approaching Jubilee Synagogue (often called Jerusalem Synagogue) you are suddenly struck by her beauty.  Approaching from the side, she is just another unassuming building, but from face on, a vision with a middle eastern flair. Although outside of the old Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem Synagogue is Prague’s largest. First […]