The Florence Synangogue was built at the end of the last century, completed in 1882. It is home to Florence small jewish sephardic community. The Synagogue can be visited everyday apart from the services time on Friday nights and Saturdays. There are separate areas for women due to its Orthodox Jewish nature. There is a Jewish Museum on the ground floor open daily with an obligatory guided tour - Sunday to Thursday apart from when there is a religious ceremony.
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