The Meisel (Maisel) synagogue in Prague was originally consecrated in 1592, an initiative of the Jewish communal leader Mordecai Meisel (1528-1601) and with permission of the emperor Rudolf II. It was totally reconstructed in the early 20th century, designed by the architect Alfred Grotte in a neo-Gothic style.
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Meisel-Synagoge, Prag, Leo Baeck Institute, F 3580d.