The Old Synagogue is the oldest synagogue in Poland. Poland was one of the countries with the largest number of Jews during World War II, and Krakow was a city with concentrated Jews. There are many Jewish cultural relics here. The Old Synagogue is one of them. There are the most people from Israel now, and many people come here to find a place for the ancestors of their families to remember them.
Later, I saw it several times when passing by by car. The appearance was quite majestic. Beautiful building, many tourists come here to visit this exquisite synagogue.
The church used by Judaism is very large and open to the outside world. We didn't go in, we just looked outside.
It has a simple appearance and is now a museum. It introduces various Jewish etiquette and various religious articles. It is very knowledgeable.
Tickets are 11 yuan, the inside is not big, there are not many furnishings, most of the old objects are collected from other places after the war, and the visibility is not high.
Compared with the fee of 10 yuan for the Church of Our Lady, the exquisite furnishings show how high the Jewish charges are!