Cavaillon - Synagogue
The Cavaillon synagogue was rebuilt between 1772 and 1774. This reconstruction was due to the large increase in population in the first half of the 18th century, which probably also led to the expansion above the street and the development of the entrance terrace to the south.
The device is similar to that of Carpentras: a rectangular room on the ground floor, including the bakery, and upstairs the prayer room. The tabernacle housing the scrolls of the Torah is set in a large niche in the adjoining house.
The ritual bath is located in the basement on a nearby plot.
- synagogue (cad. CK1067), classification by order of 17 May 1924
- the Jewish ritual bath, its ancillary underground spaces, its access staircase and the courtyard floor of the former Augustus House (cad. CK 1068), classified by order of 17 December 2007