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Piatra Neamt Synagogue, Romania
Piatra Neamt, Romania

Piatra Neamt Synagogue

Built in 1862 in an exuberant blend of Moorish and neo-Romanesque styles, Tempel synagogue was home to a modern Reform Jewish congregation within one of Europe's oldest Jewish communities.
Completed Project
Venice, Italy

The Venetian Ghetto

The Venetian Ghetto, considered the first Jewish Ghetto in Europe, is undergoing a transformation to improve the visitor experience and better protect the five synagogues representing the ethnic groups that flourished there.
Stupava, Slovakia

Stupava Synagogue

As the second-oldest synagogue in Slovakia, Stupava Synagogue is of significant cultural value to Jewish heritage in central Europe.
Vilnius, Lithuania

Vilnius Choral Synagogue

The Choral Synagogue of Vilnius , built in 1903, is the only active synagogue remaining in this city that once boasted over 100.
Rezekne, Latvia

Green Synagogue

The Jewish community of Rezekne was formed in the late eighteenth century, simultaneous to the design and construction of the city.
Spišské Podhradie, Slovakia

Spišské Podhradie Synagogue

Spišské Podhradie was once an important rabbinical center for the Orthodox Jewish community, with many institutions and communal buildings.
Timisoara, Romania

Synagogue of the Citadel

Although Jews have lived in the town of Timisoara since the mid-16th century, it was not until the middle of the 19th century that they were granted full legal and social protection.
Odessa, Ukraine

Great Choral Synagogue

The Great Choral Synagogue of Odessa is one of two surviving synagogues in what was once a thriving center of Jewish cultural life in Eastern Europe.
Completed Project
Voehl, Hessen, Germany

Voehl Synagogue

Voehl Synagogue, built in 1827, is a simple two-story, timber-framed building, which served as a community center and school, as well as a synagogue and residence, for the Voehl Jewish congregation.
Dolni Kounice, Czech Republic

Dolni Kounice Synagogue

Dolní Kounice Synagogue, located in the former Jewish quarter and near the historic center of Dolní Kounice, was built between 1652 and 56.

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