The Old Synagogue is an orthodox Jewish synagogue in Krakow. It is the oldest existing synagogue in Poland. Various sources mention 1407 and 1492 as the date of construction of the synagogue. The Old Synagogue was rebuilt, expanded and strengthened in 1570. The synagogue was ruined in the Second World War. The Jewish relics and works of art were looted by the Germans. In 1943, 30 Polish hostages were executed at the wall of the House of God. The Old Synagogue was rebuilt between 1956 and 1959 and is now part of the Historical Museum of the city of Krakow.
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winter season (November - March)
Tuesday - Sunday 9.00-16.00
Summer season (April - October)
Tuesday - Sunday 9.00-17.00
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Szeroka 24, Kraków
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