The places that David and I frequent when we travel generally fall into two categories. The first of places we’ve seen, researched, geeked out over, and fallen into rabbit holes about for months (or years!) leading up to our departure. Places like Buzludzha, the Hara Submarine Pen, Gergeti Sameba Church in Kazbegi, and Gozo’s Azure Window fall into this category. The other category is a rarer breed – the kind of place that takes you by surprise. The type of place that you see on a whim, without expectations or prior biases.
The old Subotica Synagogue is this latter, more elusive type of place. Read more