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Antiques, sculptures, handmade toys, embroidered garments, floral oils, and chandeliers
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Jew Street

Jew street is the slender road between Mattancherry Palace and the Pardesi Synagogue. It is well known for the antique shops up and down its sides. The provincial structures coating the road add to its old-world appeal. Go out for a stroll along the Jew Town and you can inhale artifact. The trinket and obsolescent shops along the road are fit for captivating the guests with their assortment and irregularity. The antique shops on Jew Town store everything without exception that can be portrayed as obsolescent and that may get the attention of a vacationer. Gems, wooden columns, porcelain, trinkets, statuettes, cut wooden furniture wooden and metal puppets, and crafted works like mirrors, wooden elephants, inside decorations, depictions - and so on, they have it. Apart from these antiques, one can discover sculptures, high quality toys, weaved pieces of clothing, flower oils, and crystal fixtures in numerous different shops along the road.
Anila Kopparapu
As the name would suggest, the Jew street was home to Israelis who once called this part of Kochi their home. However, they have left and what was a home and a bustling market place of Jews is now a collection of some really beautiful antique stores.The Jewish synagogue is one of the most visited spots here. While you're here, visit all the beautiful artifacts, curios and antiques in these charming, old-world stores. There is a good amount of spice trade here too, so you get a taste of history as well as the spices of Kerala!
Swetha Kumar
Swetha Kumar
Madhura
Portuguese architecture and a dash of history. The diversity of the place was overwhelming.