I'm not even jewish and i thought this was the most amazing part of Prague. It is mind boggling to me that such a wealth of artifacts and architecture could have survived the war.
To the right when you exit is a small synagogue whose walls are entirely covered with very small hand written lettering of those lost in the holocaust. I didn't take a tour so I'm not sure if these were members of this particular shul or what, regardless it is a powerful image.
old-new synagogue which is the oldest active shul in the world it has been (with the exception of the war) active for 700 years.
Spanish Synagoge and I didn't get one picture. The taking of pictures or videos is strictly prohibited and the thing that makes the Spanish synagoge: "the most beautiful synagogue in the world" is it's painted moorish interior. Breathtaking.
Yet another synagoge.