The Hurva Synagogue in Jerusalem
Located in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, the Hurva (ruin) Synagogue is an ancient Jewish place of worship. Built in the 18th century, the Hurva Synagogue was later destroyed during the Muslim reign of Jerusalem. For many years, it lay destroyed and was recognized only by its last remaining arch. The Hurva Synagogue was rebuilt in 2010, and is currently considered one of Jerusalem's most beautiful synagogues.