View from Company Gardens. The First Synagogue is partly visible on the left
Photographer: Paul van der Merwe - 2015




Oblique view from south
Photographer: Paul van der Merwe - 2015




Window detail
Photographer: Paul van der Merwe - 2015




View of tower
Photographer: Paul van der Merwe - 2015




Worm's eye view of tower
Photographer: Paul van der Merwe - 2015




Pinnacle with mountain behind
Photographer: Paul van der Merwe - 2015




Oblique view of front facade
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Window detail
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Looking towards rear
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Detail of lectern
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




View towards gallery
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




View towards gallery
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Looking down from gallery
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




View from gallery
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




View from gallery
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




View across gallery
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Ceiling detail
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Ceiling detail
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




View of arches and columns
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Detail of column capital
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Column capital with stained glass window behind
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Stained glass window
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Stained glass window
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Stained glass window
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Stained glass window
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Stained glass window
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Stained glass window
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Stained glass window
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Stained glass window
Photographer: Morné van Rooyen - 2017




Drawing 37 of 365 by Shaun Gaylard

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Article from the monthly journal The Veld, December 1903
Scanned and submitted by Lila Komnick