You will visit one of the largest synagogues in the Middle East. It is one of two remaining synagogues in Alexandria – there used to be twelve. Eliyahu Hanavi was built in the 14th by an Italian architect. It is a really huge building as it can accommodate around 700 worshipers, in addition to the interior design which features huge marble columns with brass nameplates still attached to the regular seats for the male worshipers. It also has green and violet stained glass windows and unique wood antiques. Furthermore, it keeps important records of Jewish births and marriages in Alexandria. You’ll also discover a room containing 30 Torah scrolls collected from other closed synagogues, as well as books and manuscripts dating back to the 15th century.