In addition to the above mentioned tours of the Jewish Quarter seen at and the Terezin Memorial Tour seen at there are other sights in Prague and the Czech Republic which might be fitted in to satisfy your deeper interest in the subject.

jubilejni synagoga

Further Jewish sights to visit in Prague:

–          Jerusalem (Jubilee) Synagogue built in 1906 in Moorish Revival Style combined with Art-Nouveau elements, still used for services until today

–          New Jewish Cemetery in Prague‘s Quarter Zizkov established in 1891 and still used until today. Among the notable people buried there belong Franz Kafka, members of the Waldes family and recently deceased Czech Jewish writer Arnost Lustig

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Further Jewish Sights outside Prague:

–          Visit of the unique former Jewish Ghetto and cemetery in Trebic, for more information click on

–          Visit of the former Jewish Quarter and cemetery in Mikulov, for more information click

For more information about the Jewish Community in Prague, times of services etc. please click on

mikulov synagoga