Three synagogue complex: Jima’ati, Bozorg, Molla Rabi
Isfahan, Iran
These three synagogues were constructed most probably in late Qajar age. The architect was Hajj Mahmud Shuja (most probably a Muslim). The synagogue was a waqf building and its construction was funded by the local Jewish community but the land was donated by three families: Bipurat, Yu Matub, and Zakariya'i. These three synagogues share a corridor that lead to three entrances/doors to these three synagogues.

-- Mohammad Gharipour (September, 2017)
Location
Isfahan, Iran
Site Contains
Events
Constructed most probably in late Qajar age
Variant Names
Three synagogue complex: Jima’ati, Bozorg, Molla Rabi
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Building Usages
synagogue
religious