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While working on renovations of some homes, the synagogue was unearthed. It contains Jewish... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Tel Aviv, Israel

An unusually intact and fascinating medieval synagogue that helps you experience what it was like... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2018
Martin T
Ottery St. Mary, United Kingdom
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La Sinagoga del Agua has been discovered in 2007 and opened to public visits in 2010 in the monumental city of Úbeda by the family Crespo- López. It is a totally private initiative of restauration of a space hidden into several houses belonging to...more
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C/ Roque Rojas | Esquina Las Parras, 23400 Ubeda, Spain
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

While working on renovations of some homes, the synagogue was unearthed. It contains Jewish artifacts from hundreds of years ago and at the bottom there is a ritual bath. Don't miss that.

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Reviewed 2 July 2018

An unusually intact and fascinating medieval synagogue that helps you experience what it was like to live in those times.

Thank Martin T
Reviewed 1 July 2018

This synagogue (now a museum) was discovered 12 years ago by a contractor who was renovating the apartment style building for apartments and stores. At one time there was a beauty parlor in the top level of the synagogue. You do not need to be...More

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Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

While traveling with a tour group we had the good fortune to have an English speaking guide to tour this amazing find. While renovating these buildings into apartments the builders accidentally discovered cave like rooms and a synagogue that was once used by many Spanish...More

Thank Rockport4
Reviewed 29 May 2018

On our drive to Madrid, we made a stop in Ubeda (a World Heritage site) for a guided walking tour in English arranged through Artificis. One of our stops was the Sinagog del Agua, which turned out to be a great surprise from one room...More

Thank waterandmore
Reviewed 23 May 2018

Our hotel host recommended visiting the Sinagoga del Agua and we did not regret it. A very interesting and unusual find. However, as the tour is in Spanish (and my Spanish is pretty rusty) we missed a lot of the anecdotes. We did have paper...More

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Reviewed 20 May 2018 via mobile

Words cannot describe the truly wonderful experience you will have if you visit the Sinagoga del Agua! You will get an incredible glimpse into history. You must visit!

Thank Suzanne H
Reviewed 30 April 2018

The tour is conducted in Spanish, and we were told there was a handout that followed along in English. The paper detailed many of the artifacts, but not nearly as much information as was given in Spanish. It is such an interesting place, and so...More

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Reviewed 27 April 2018 via mobile

This museum reveals a little known corner of everyday life of Jewish people in medieval Spain. A must see!

Thank Martine A
Reviewed 21 April 2018

On a quiet corner of the old town, is documentation that there was a Jewish community living here before the 14th century. Long buried under earth and newer buildings of successive centuries, the synagogue was re-discovered in 2007. A businessman had embarked on a construction...More

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30 December 2014|
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Response from Maria Rosa J | Reviewed this property |
The ritual bath water is natural, comes from the water table and is renewed naturally, is not waterlogged. Also one of the 7 wells Synagogue still contains its water, always from the water table and therefore pure and... More
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30 December 2014|
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A natural collection of water, as in a spring, is the best source for the ritual bath. During the time of the Temple in Jerusalem, a ritual bath (in Hebrew, mikveh or mikvah) was used for immersion before entering the... More