Photo reblogged via M. freystupid.
Prague’s Spanish Synagogue built in 1868 is a striking example of Moorish Revival architecture. It was an early Reform temple and never a specifically Sephardic congregation. Today the Spanish Synagogue is used as a museum and concert hall by The Jewish Museum of Prague which owns it.
The Hague, Netherlands (by zilverbat.)
Świdnica. Poland (by Maria_Globetrotter)
Gasthaus Aescher-Wildkirchli, Switzerland (by Rowena Waack)
In and around campus.
shui wei urban village, shenzhen, china