Leen Ritmeyer, courtesy Eretz Magazine

The elegant entrance to the synagogue at Chorazin is shown, above, partly reconstructed. We see the center doorway to the nave and one of the two side-entryways. The absence of the right-hand doorway allows us to look into the main hall where some of the columns stand complete, supporting an architrave, a frieze and a cornice, while others are only incomplete bases and drums.