The Great Synagogue located just east of the Shalom Tower, is still active. The beautifully ornate building was erected in 1926 and renovated in 1970. The synagogue is constructed with a huge dome and showcases arched and magnificent stained glass windows. The glass windows are replications of windows of synagogues in Europe that were destroyed during the Holocaust. Saturday prayers are open to the public. Head coverings and modest dress is a requirement upon entry.