The flat ceiling of the Kupa Synagogue is decorated with intricate geometrical frames enclosing images of holy places in Israel and also the musical instruments of Psalm 150:3-6.
The paintings of holy places are arranged two per side (eight in total). The northern side contains a representation of the Flood and a panorama of Jerusalem; the southern contains Tiberias and the Oak of Mamre; the eastern contains Jaffa Gate and the Western Wall; and the western, contains panoramic views of Hebron and Haifa.
For the scenes of holy places see:
For the musical instruments of Psalm 150 see: