Garnethill Synagogue

Garnethill Synagogue Garnethill Synagogue is the historic 'cathedral synagogue' of Scotland. It is located in Garnethill, Glasgow.ArchitectureThe synagogue was built in the period of 1879-81.
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It was designed by John McLeod of Dumbarton, in conjunction with London-based architect Nathan Solomon Joseph of the United Synagogue. McLeod designed a number of churches and public buildings in Glasgow and the west of Scotland, including the Women’s Christian Association in Bath Street, Glasgow.The building's exterior is Romanesque revival. The basilica-form, orientalist style interior features

It was designed by John McLeod of Dumbarton, in conjunction with London-based architect Nathan Solomon Joseph of the United Synagogue. McLeod designed a number of churches and public buildings in Glasgow and the west of Scotland, including the Women’s Christian Association in Bath Street, Glasgow.The building's exterior is Romanesque revival. The basilica-form, orientalist style interior features

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