Mattancherry Synagogue

Constructed by the Jewish community in 1568, the Mattanchery Synagogue is also known as the Pardesi Synagogue. The word Pardesi means ‘Foreigner’ which indicated  that the synagogue was initially used by Jews from Europe and Middle East. Located next to the Mattancherry Palace, this eminent structure is home to priceless historical pieces such as scrolls of  the Old Testament written in Hebrew, Glass Chandliers and gold and silver coins belonged to the kings.

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