The Portuguese Synagogue as the Esnoga (Ladino Spanish) or Snoge, is the late 17th-century Sephardic Synagogue in Amsterdam completed in 1675. The Amsterdam Sephardic community was one of the largest en richest Jewish communities in Europe during the Dutch Golden Age. And their very large synagogue reflects this. The synagogue is a popular tourist attraction.
The building was built in the 20th century and renovated in 1904. It is under the responsibility of the Lisbon Israel Committee. The structure is considered to be a model of future European synagogues. The architectural style is different and the shape is exquisite. The whole architectural framework is supported by Roman-Byzantine cylinders.
There will also be many such halls in Portugal, different from the previous churches, but the design style is very unique.
This is a gathering place for Jews. The church is mainly aimed at Jews. There is a small square outside. Many vegetations are very flourishing.
The hall is very large, the overall decoration is very simple, or the classic European-style, cost-effective.
I didn't expect to see Israel in Europe, but not many people came here.
The environment here is very nice, elegant and the air is very fresh.