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Video: Tour the Bristol Synagogue
Bristol's Synagogue, which home to the Bristol Hebrew Congregation, is tucked away on Park Row in the centre of Bristol. You can find out more about what happens here by going on our tour.
It was purpose-built in 1871 on the site of a convent which belonged to the Little Sister of the Poor.
The current Synagogue, designed by Hyman H Collins of London, was built on the site at a cost of £4,000.
Find out more about the Synagogue by watching the video - click below to view.
See more pictures from the Synagogue by clicking the link below...
last updated: 16/11/07
Tour some places of worship in Bristol & Bath