Ibn Danan Synagogue
Jewish Cemetery & Habarim Synagogue
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Ibn Danan Synagogue information
Near the cemetery, this synagogue was restored with the aid of Unesco in 1999. There are no set opening times as such, but the guardian will usually let you in and point out the main features, including a mikva (ritual bath) in the basement.