The Reim Synagogue is located in the Kazimierz district of Krakow. It is a very small synagogue and it seems to be unfinished. There is a Jewish cemetery behind the church, where some Polish celebrities are buried here. There is a fee for the cemetery. If you are interested, you can visit it, but it is best to go down in the sun at noon, otherwise it will be a bit gloomy.
There are several synagogues here. The architectural styles and colors are basically the same. As soon as you enter, the solemn and sacred feeling of the church is blown away.
The smallest synagogue in Kazimierz, but still in use, was built in the 16th century. Behind is Rim Cemetery, with some tombstones of Renaissance celebrities.
Very small synagogue, if the tour guide doesn't tell me, I think it is a private house.