The Florence Synagogue was inaugurated in 1882 and is considered one of Europe’s finest examples of the blending of Moorish, Byzantine and Arabic architectural styles. The Museum documents the history of the Florence Jewish community over several centuries, including during WWII and the Holocaust.
The tour will be led by Architect Renzo Funaro who helped design the Museum’s 2007 addition. An aperitivo at a nearby cafe to follow.
Cost is €40/person.
Wednesday, January 30th
Location: Via Luigi Carlo Farini, 4 – Florence
Space is limited.