Founded in 1878, the synagogue is a beautiful building, and it is still frequently used by Jewish groups in Sydney. The design of the synagogue shows the evolution of Judaism. Our tour guide said that the chanting table (the pulpit) was originally located in the center of the large shelter, but in order to accommodate more people and use the space more efficiently, it was moved to the front. Men and women are still separated, and the seats are divided into ground and balcony. Visits are restricted, so check their website to avoid disappointment. A nominal fee will be charged.
The cathedral is a beautiful synagogue built in the 19th century in Gothic style. It is located on Elizabeth Street, close to Hyde Park in Sydney. From the outside, it is a beautiful synagogue, or it would be better to see it in Hyde Park. Unfortunately, because we cannot enter the synagogue because it is always closed (we don’t know if it is only open during worship). (Thank you, Dad, for giving me this gift)
The cathedral is built from local sandstone, and the "Gothic" architectural style is a legacy of European medieval cathedrals. It was built in 1821, and the Catholic priest officially came to Australia in 1820, so St. Mary’s Cathedral is also known as the mother of the Australian Catholic Church
Australia is also known as a diversified country. There are many people with different beliefs. In Sydney, there are quite a few Jews. The synagogue is an important place for their worship, located next to Hyde Park.
This synagogue seems to be a symbol of psychology. The whole church also has a medieval design style.