Obj. ID: 19658
Jewish Architecture Marot Ha-sulam Synagogue (Beit Ha-Midrash Neve Tzedek Le-Adat Ha-Prushim), Tel Aviv - Interior
The interior is an open space and the ceiling is chamfered at east and west.
The gallery runs along the north wall facing the ark.
The Torah ark is located opposite the main entrance and the bimah is placed in the middle of the hall along the central axis.
The walls and the ceiling were decorated with wall paintings.
The windows are decorated with colored glass.