Entering the 14th c. Synagogue in Carpentras, France

Today was an absolutely fascinating day of discovery of Jewish history, exploring the 14th century synagogue in Carpentras, France: the second-oldest currently functioning synagogue in Europe. There are so many amazing things to view, so I’ve decided to break it up into several small videos, starting with this one, which looks at the entrance to the synagogue in the form of the 18th century renovations that face the former carrierre, or Jewish street.

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