In the city of Marrakesh there were 35 synagogues which served not only as a place of prayer but also as a place for Torah study, beit midrash, kollels and yeshivas. In the yeshivas of the city, sages of the type of Rabbi Avraham Korkus and his disciples, Rabbi Avraham Pinto, Rabbi Shlomo Amar, Rabbi Avraham Azulai, Rabbi Yitzchak Daloia, and Rabbi Shalom Buzagalo, worked. Today, 2-3 synagogues are active in the city, including many synagogues that are closed, such as: the Atia Synagogue, Talmud Torah, the Azloi Synagogue, the Gozaf Bitton Synagogue and more.
Built in the 1950s by the Kadosh family, the synagogue is active on Shabbat and holidays and Rosh Chodesh prayers and serves as an activity space for the Jewish community in Marrakesh. In the synagogue, the office of the president of the community, Mr. Jackie Kadosh, for prayer times:
Running on special occasions.
Address: 142, Avenue Houmane El Fetouaki, Arset El Maach - Medina, Marrakech Rabbi Pinchas Khalifa HaCohen Azog and Baba Pinchas. Belongs to the family of R. David Ben Baruch (Old Barhil) died on the 14th of Tevet 5722. The synagogue of Rabbi Pinchas HaCohen is located in his house which is in the country coming from the saltworks of Marrakesh. Rabbi Pinchas lived in the city of Marrakesh in the 1950s and was buried in the cemetery.
Actively involved in special events and visits
Don't pasein slath circa 1840 by Queen's House who wandered from the city of Marrakech. The synagogue was closed in 2000 and again to 2016 at Hanukkah. To coordinate visits to the synagogue, please contact: