Nidhe Israel Synagogue 521.
(photo credit: ROBERTA SANDLER)
Broad Street, the main commercial center in Bridgetown, Barbados, is teeming
with island vacationers and day-tripping passengers from cruise ships. As they
amble in and out of the thoroughfare’s shopping malls and marketplaces, most of
the tourists are unaware of Nidhe Israel Synagogue, mikve and museum, nestling
on a side street called Synagogue Lane.For visitors who stumble upon the
complex or who have been advised to add it to their list of Barbadian tourist
attractions, understanding the significance of the synagogue’s presence is not
possible without knowing Barbados’s resilient Jewish history.
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