Kazimierz District, Kraków, Poland
Szeroka 40, 31-053 Kraków
- Can enter synagogue
- Jewish cemetery behind synagogue
- Can enter cemetery
- Remuh's tombstone
- Jewish cemetery wall made of broken tombstones
- The synagogue is active
The Remuh's synagogue holds historical significance in Jewish history. The synagogue survived World War II under the Nazis control. The synagogue remains active in Kraków.
The synagogue was constructed in 1556.
The Remuh (Rabbi Mosze Isserles) is a notable figure in Jewish history, and his tombstone is behind the synagogue.