The synagogue complex comprises a prayer hall, two courtyards and a learning room all set in an L-shape structure.
A broad rectangular yard reached from the alley through an arched entrance is preceding a small room built at the northern wall and used for learning and for genizah (see: main photograph).
The compartment leads to an inner courtyard built to the north, which borders the prayer hall to the east (fig. 1). The patio is delineated at the south and north by arcades of horse-shoe arches. An additional wooden roof supported by four octagonal columns was added along the arcades surrounding the open-air space, widening the peristyle and used for building a booth (sukkah). Benches are built around the walls.
The entire yard is painted blue and white; the columns are in blue while the capitals and arches are white. The colours of the octagonal poles match the entire setting; the lower part in blue, the upper part in white.
A rectangular entrance door leading to the prayer hall is at the east side. It is flanked by two windows and marked by a white façade with a graded architrave.