Front and rear of the former Fremantle Synagogue
Romanesque, Federation Romanesque, synagogue, Judaism, Fremantle, WA, Western Australia, stained glass, turrets, turret
The first purpose-built synagogue in Western Australia, Fremantle Synagogue was built by J. McCracken in the Romanesque style (architectual firm Oldham and Eales) in 1902 but services only continued in the building until 1910. Constructed in brick, decoration includes side turrets, a Star of David at the apex of the gabled parapet, half windows and finials.
7 Mary 2011
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