a photo a day from germany's capital city
True, lovely windows. Those benches look very inviting!
Nice benches. And I'm sorry but I couldn't help but think up a wisecrack: Every place of worship needs a place of rest before their services! :)
Beautiful setting with the benches and windows, Hal.
Oh I will! Thank You
The star of David is an appropriate touch. Those windows really let in a lot of light.
Kind of lends a new meaning to the term "benchwarmer". :-)
The windows could be 19th Century American with a nod towards colonial design. Looking forward to seeing the cemetery.
Wonderful balance in your image with all the various shapes and patterns.
a beautiful place to expect
Great those David stars in the benches. Otherwise it is a bit nondescript space.
I like the way the benches fit right under the arched windows. The benches look sturdy and the Star of David is attractively placed on them.
those are beautiful benches...i'll be here!
both the windows and benches are very beautiful and they look very nice together.
I'd rather stand and look out the wonderful windows.
The windows and the benches are fabulous Hal, the synagogue is obviously very well tended.. Will we be surprised when we see the condition of the graves!
Beautiful composition. And practically, the older I get the more I appreciate strategically placed benches.
The benches are wonderful and so is the architecture. So glad this has been restored.
I too love those arched windows. The benches are attractive but, like so many, don't look very comfortable.
Just lovely !
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