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The Pinkas Synagogue is the second oldest synagogue in Prague. It was built in 1535 by Aaron Meshullam Horowitz (a renowned Jewish family in Prague) between his house U Erbů and Old Jewish Cemetery.

After the WWII, the synagogue became the Memorial to Czech and Moravian Jews who were victims of Nazi persecution.

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From 1992–1996 the 80,000 names of Czech and Moravian Jews who perished under the Nazis were hand-written on the walls of the synagogue.

On the first floor of the synagogue there is an exhibition of pictures drawn by children in the Theresienstadt Ghetto. 

Video: Pinkas Synagogue @Jewish Museum in Prague
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Old Town, Široká 23/3, Prague

Suggested Duration: one hour trip

Getting there
Staroměstská (Prague Metro LINE A) 59 m
Malostranská (Prague Metro LINE A) 363 m
Public Toilets nearby: 60 m
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