It was a wonderful experience, felt like we are outside india. Excellent space to visit and a good place for shopping as well
About Paradesi Synagogue
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It is a place of worship still managed by Jewish settlers. They are very few in numbers in Cochin now. The place is inaccessible by vehicle. One has to walk in for a few meters. Its fine to walk by the selective stores. At the...More
Paradesi Synagogue -- also known as Mattencherry Synagogue -- is located in Jew Town, and a must visit when in Kochi. Its supposed to be the oldest active synagogue in the Commonwealth of Nations. One gets to see the Hebrew inscription on tombstone slabs. Not...More
Paradesi Synagogue- also known as Mattencherry Synagogue is located in Jew Town, and a must visit when in Kochi. Its supposed to be the oldest active synagogue in the Commonwealth of Nations. One gets to see the Hebrew inscription on stone slabs. The entrance fee...More
I didnt see anything interesting here. No photos no nothing. No noise, and I am not sure if they needed to collect the entrance fees. There is nothing more to comment.
Constructed in the 1560's Paradesi synagogue is also known Mattancherry Synagogue. It is the oldest active synagogue in the common wealth nations. it was reconstructed by the Dutch after the Portuguese destroyed it. the synagogue as a unique old world charm to it. The main...More
The synagogue is open till 1 PM on most days and from 3 PM to 5 PM on few days of the week, so please check timings before you go. The Synagogue itself is very calm and quiet. We went on Sunday at 12:00 PM,...More
It was the oldest Synagogue in India.built by Jewish Trading Community.It was partially destroyed in the war and rebuilt by the Dutch.
Beautifully preserved synagogue. Sadly no longer in use for prayers. The lamps tiles and Judaica are lovingly preserved. One has a real sense of history.