Great Synagogue, Brussels

The Great Synagogue of Brussels, on Rue de la Regence, was completed in 1878.

A "stately Romanesque" building, the Great Synagogue was designed by Christian architect Desire DeKeyser.

The facade features a three-storied gabled midsection flanked by four-story towers.

This ornate building also houses several Jewish organizations, including the Jewish Consistoire and the Communaute Israelite de Bruxelles.

Brussels has over 20,000 Jewish inhabitants.


Quick Facts on the Great Synagogue

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Names:Great Synagogue
Visitor and Contact Information
Coordinates:50.838804° N, 4.355217° E
Address:Brussels, Belgium
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The Great Synagogue of Brussels, on Rue de la Regence, was completed in 1878. © Jim Linwood
The Great Synagogue in Brussels, Belgium... © R/DV/RS
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Brussels, Belgium - Synagogue © Notre Dame Architecture Library

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