The Sofia Synagogue is the largest Sephardic synagogue in Europe, and is a very beautiful building. Be careful! the synagogue can be visited every day except the day of the Sabbath, which is Saturday, this is when the city's Jewish community gather to pray. There is a memorial stone in the synagogue wall which records the blessing of the building on September 9, 1909, in the presence of members of Tsar's family. The style of the synagogue is a style called "Bulgarian National Romantic". The project was the work of the Austrian architect Grünanger. The temple consists of a central dome and a rectangular floor plan.