The only preserved photograph of the Great Synagogue in Soroca shows its western wall. In its lower tier, under the women's gallery, a depiction of a building is situated. Probably it alludes to one of the sacred places in the Land of Israel, notwithstanding that it looks like a railway station in Eastern Europe. An ajucent picture on the southern wall is seen only partially. Three trees seen in the photograph may be part of the depiction of the Western Wall of the Jerusalem Temple.
The partition of the women's gallery above was decorated with small images of the Tribes of Israel.