The Portuguese Synagogue, also known as the Esnoga or Snoge, is a 17thcentury Sephardic synagogue in Amsterdam built by the Sephardim who migrated here following the Spanish Inquisition

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Portuguese Synagogue, Amsterdam

The Portuguese Synagogue, also known as the Esnoga or Snoge, is a 17thcentury Sephardic synagogue in Amsterdam built by the Sephardim who migrated here following the Spanish Inquisition.

The Portuguese Synagogue, also known as the Esnoga or Snoge, is a 17thcentury Sephardic synagogue in Amsterdam built by the Sephardim who migrated here following the Spanish Inquisition. It has a collection of over 800 metal and textile ritual objects, which throw light on the cultural and religious history of the Jewish community. The treasure chambers showcase silver, antiques, and textiles. The Ets Haim Lbrary at the synagogue is one of the oldest Jewish libraries in the world, preserving rare texts and manuscripts.


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 Amsterdam, Netherlands

Portuguese Synagogue and Nearby Sights on Map

Jewish Historical Museum

The Joods Historisch Museum traces the history of Jewish people, identity, culture and religion

Hortus Botanicus

The 'Hortus' as it is called by locals, is a 17th century garden that was formerly the Botanical Garden of the University of Amsterdam

Hermitage Museum

Housed in the classical 17th century Amstelhof building on the Amstel River, the Hermitage Amsterdam is a subsidiary of the Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg, a reminder of the warm ties that Holland and Russia once had

Rembrandt House

Rembrandthuis is where the artist Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn and his wife Saskia van Uylenburg lived between 1639 and 1658 AD

Wertheimpark

The Wertheimerpark is a small park on the banks of the Nieuwe Herengracht, one of the nicest canals in Amsterdam

Museum Willet-Holthuysen

The Willet Hothuysen mansion on the Herengracht Canal is now part of the Amsterdams Historisch Museum

Hollandsche Schouwburg

Once a well-known Dutch theatre, the Hollandsche Schouwburg today is a War Memorial to deported Dutch Jews who were victims of the Holocaust

Micropia

Micropia zooms into the world of micro-organisms, throwing light on the various types of microbes in the world around us and within us

Nieuwmarkt

Nieuwmarkt is a commercial square in the old part of Amsterdam, and a part of its Chinatown

Rembrandtplein

Rembrandtplein, named after the famous Dutch artist, has a statue of the painter in the middle