The Synagogue of Tomar (Portuguese: Sinagoga de Tomar) is a well-preserved medieval synagogue in Tomar, Portugal is located at 73 Rua Dr. Joaquim Jaquinto in Tomar's historic city center.
Along with the Synagogue of Castelo de Vide, it is one of two existing pre-expulsion synagogues in the country.
During the years 1430–1460, the city's flourishing Jewish population erected the Synagogue of Tomar. It was in the fourteenth century that members of Tomar's Jewish community first arrived, following a migratory pattern that began with the Knights Templar.
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