Ashkenazi Synagogue

The located near the famous Galata is affiliated to the Ashkenazim of Austria. It was built by the community who migrated from Austria to Istanbul. This was designed by Gabriel Tedoschi and in 1900, it was officially opened for service. It features an especially imposing façade with octagonal rosette windows and three Oriental arches. Its domed ceiling painted in blue contrasts remarkably with the wooden ark contained within which was brought from Kiev. Located near the Galata in Beyoğlu, the Synagogue of Istanbul is the only currently active synagogue. Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and other religious ceremonies in the Ashkenazi tradition can be held at the Ashkenazi synagogue. Today, its congregants share roots from Baghdad as well as Turkish cities Adana, Bursa, and Konya.

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Yüksek Kaldırım Cad. No:27 Karaköy, Beyoğlu, İstanbul
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