This Synagogue, which is surrounded by a yard, is fairly big. It was built in the middle of the XIX century. The style by which it is created is Neo-Romanesque; its every façade is distinctive by its symmetry. Its main façade is facing the yard and in its center an entrance is cut out. Over the entrance there is a window; there are large windows also in the middle composition on both sides in the arches. The material out of which the building is made is stone and the interior is painted. The community who use the synagogue is Jewish Georgians.