Stained Glass



This post is afollow-up of yesterday’s when I showed some photos of Lübeck’s synagogue, outside and inside. The stained glass in the first shot is the inside of the dome you can see in the second one. I believe it is dark around because of the light that was flowing from above.

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16 thoughts on “Stained Glass

  1. The stained glass allows toe outdoor light to add a colorful aura to a house of worship. We worship the one true God seriously in our minds – the colorful windows show a God of light and beauty. This is beautiful!

  2. Someone with a great deal of skill created that stained glass.

    The whiteness of the synagogue reminds of the shul in Newport, RI – that one was established by Dutch Sephardi Jews, so it could be that the architecture has similarities to this one.
    In looking at the RI interior, I see it is more ornate than this one.

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