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Synagogue of Libyan immigrants

  • Address
    2 Mazal Migam St, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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  • Visiting Hours
  • What to see
    Historical building, Ilana Goor Museum


18th century building, built in 1742 outside the walls of the old city of Jaffa, to welcome Jewish pilgrims arriving at the port on their way to Jerusalem. It is an Ottoman-era Jewish khan, with a synagogue and ritual bath, with pointed arches and whitewash.

Khan Zonana became the first stopping point for Jewish pilgrims who arrived on ships to the port of Jaffa. Today the place is used as a synagogue and a museum and has been designated as a heritage site.


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