Bradford Reform Synagogue, Bowland Street, Bradford, West Yorkshire

Bradford Reform Synagogue, Bowland Street, Bradford, West Yorkshire
Photograph taken October 2002 © Copyright Historic England Archive ref: AA038925

Detail of the entrance at the east end. This synagogue has been described as an 'orientalist gem'. It was built in 1880-1 by the architects T H & F Healey, drawing on inspiration from Moorish Spain.

Location

West Yorkshire Bradford

Period

Victorian (1837 - 1901)

Tags

building architecture synagogue religion faith jewish symbol Victorian (1837 - 1901)