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Slonim, Belarus

Slonim Synagogue

Slonim Synagogue, a baroque structure that has overlooked the Slonim city marketplace since 1642, remains the best preserved synagogue in Belarus, despite decades of neglect and vandalism.
Paradesi Synagogue
Completed Project
Kochi, India

Paradesi Synagogue

Paradesi Synagogue, in the southern Indian port city of Kochi, is the oldest synagogue in India as well as the entire British Commonwealth.
Completed Project
Florence, Italy

The Great Synagogue of Florence

The Jewish community in Florence is one of the oldest continuous congregations in Europe, with origins dating to the early fourteenth century.
Ibn Danan Synagogue ark doors, 1998.
Completed Project
Fez, Morocco

Rabbi Shlomo Ibn Danan Synagogue

Fez was also the location of two well known temples, Rabbi Shlomo Ibn Danan Synagogue, built and founded by the Ibn Danan family, and the nearby Mansano Synagogue.
MAR Mellah - hero
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Essaouira, Morocco

Jewish Quarter of Essaouira

The crumbling Jewish Quarter of Essaouira remains a symbol of the pluralism of Moroccan culture.
EGY Eliyahu - hero
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Alexandria, Egypt

Eliyahu Hanavi Synagogue

The Eliyahu Hanavi Synagogue is the one of the last remaining witnesses of the once-flourishing Jewish community of Alexandria.
Carpentras Synagogue, interior
Completed Project
Carpentras, France

Carpentras Synagogue

Built in 1367, Carpentras Synagogue is one of the oldest synagogues in France, located in what was once called the Comtat Venaissin, the area surrounding Avignon in southeastern France.
Shaare Tikva Synagogue.
Lisbon, Portugal

Shaaré Tikva Synagogue

In 1871, 50 years after the Portuguese Inquisition ended, the Jews of Lisbon were granted permission to build a synagogue.
Tbilisi Synagogue
Completed Project
Tbilisi Synagogue

Tbilisi Synagogue

Since 1903, Tbilisi Synagogue has been a landmark of Jewish culture in Georgia.
Mantua, Italy

Norsa Synagogue

The first documents indicating a Jewish presence in Mantua, Italy, date from 1145. The Jewish community grew substantially during the 1400s, when Roman and German Jews migrated to northern Italy.
Completed Project
Zhovkva, Ukraine

Zhovkva Synagogue

Zhovkva Synagogue was built in the 1690s for a rapidly growing Jewish community.