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In our shop you are at the right place for books, kosher wine, Judaica and souvenirs.

The shop is accessible, it is not necessary to have an entrance ticket. 

A selection from our range:


Keychain, nice to have or to give! Various designs, inspired by the striking front window of the Folkingestraat Synagogue. €3.95


In the Jewish tradition, a stone is often laid to commemorate a loved one. These beautifully crafted stones feature a star of David, menorah, in heart shape or chai.


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Segal Israeli Wines – Red/White.


The Segal red is a bright red wine with soft red fruits in aroma and taste, a little spice and tones of nuts.


The Segal white is a nice fresh white wine in which you can recognise slightly sour apple, spicy tones and a little bit of honey. The very soft bitterness gives the wine something extra.



Books  (selection)

Postcards - various variants (with envelope) 

You can share your visit to Synagogue Groningen with your friends or family with these beautiful postcards. Various variants are available in our shop. 5 for €10.


€ 2.50


A candle is lit on the date of death to remember a deceased relative. These candles give light for 24 hours.


Boeken (selectie)

The shop has a varied assortment of books. From classics to new publications. From novels to cookbooks.

The quarterly magazine Jagdaf (independent Jewish magazine for the Northern Netherlands) is also available in our shop.

Since the 1970s, all Jewish cemeteries in the province of Groningen have been described in an extensive series of books. A must for anyone interested in Jewish family histories in Groningen!


Various parts are available in our shop.


Peter Wortel provides a surprising picture of the land of Israel and of Jewish culture. He made these impressions as a result of a trip with his blind son Jaap. Thirty short poems with pictures illustrate all kinds of situations and places in Israel. (also in English!)


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Sprekende Stenen tells the stories at the 263 stolpersteine in the Schilderswijk in Groningen. Relatives have been traced all over the world and stories recorded that have never been recorded before. 


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Tjitte de Vries (Sneek 1951) discovered at the age of nineteen that he is Jewish. In this book he describes the history of his mother's family: the Landau family from Poland. This 314-page family chronicle describes the happy pre-war life, but also the coping with the Holocaust.


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Jewish cuisine from Minsk to Marrakech. With this book, Janna Gur returns to the kitchens of Jewish grandmothers and gives their traditional dishes a new look.

Hardcover and beautifully illustrated!


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