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Izmir and its Synagogues
Izmir and its Synagogues
Jewish presence in Izmir, ‘Smirna’ as it had been known, dates back to 6th century B.C. Izmir Jewish community was able to spread its roots among the public that consisted of many different religions and cultures formed of different settlers in time.
Mosque, Church, Synagogue side by side in YENIKÖY
Mosque, Church, Synagogue side by side in YENIKÖY
Located between Istinye and Tarabya along the Bosphorus shore, Yeniköy is one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Istanbul with its verdant landscape, historic waterfront mansions, stylish cafes and most importantly its social environment in which different cultures live in harmony.
Istipol Synagogue
Istipol Synagogue
Istipol Synagogue, in Balat, a precious building under preservation now, with its wooden, deserted structure, is a heritage left to us from olden days.
Italian Synagogue- Kal de Los Francos
Italian Synagogue- Kal de Los Francos
In the Byzantine period, Jewish communities coming from Genoa, Venice and Ancona used to live in Istanbul.
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