Jewish Synagogue is also known as Paradesi Synagogue or Cochin Jewish Synagogue or Mattancherry Synagogue. It is the oldest active synagogue in the Commonwealth of Nations. It is located in the quarter of old Cochin known as Jew Town. It was built in AD 1568 by the Jews. The Mattancherry Palace temple is located adjacent to the Synagogue. The complex has four buildings. It is covered up with painted Chinese puts thin bricks, not any of these puts thin bricks be like the other. In the middle 18th hundred, the clock tall structure was having love for to the main building of the synagogue. The inside of the Jewish Synagogue at Kochi is made beautiful with Belgian hanging lights and thousand lightings. The something in memory of of Jewish Synagogue of Kochi is full enough for alluring persons making a journey for pleasure. But it has some more important pleasing groups. The synagogue still has rolls of Old Testament, old copper plates that have thing to keep someone in mind and records of the privileges given upon the Rajahs of Kochi. These thing to keep someone in mind also cover beautifully made a cut silver and of great value crowns. The Jewish Synagogue, Kochi is one of the very good sightseeing spots in Kerala.


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Closed on Saturdays and Jewish holidays..

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