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The Algazi Synagogue interior view, the Bimah, the Tevah and the seats, June 7, 2007
Completed Project
Izmir, Turkey

Central Izmir Synagogues

At the end of the fifteenth century, Jews fleeing the Spanish Inquisition began to settle in the Kemeralti district of Izmir.
View of site, August 2009
Completed Project
Redi Doti, Suriname

Jodensavanne Archaeological Site

Jodensavanne (Jewish Savannah) was settled by a population of Sephardic Jews fleeing the Spanish Inquisition on mainland Europe in the mid-seventeenth century.
Completed Project
St. Petersburg, Russia

Grand Choral Synagogue

Grand Choral Synagogue is a testament to the determination of the Jewish community of St. Petersburg, who faced many restrictions on land use in the city.
Completed Project
Krakow, Poland

Tempel Synagogue

Of the several Jewish synagogues that existed in the Kazimierz Jewish district in historic Krakow, Tempel synagogue survived World War II due to its re-use as a stable during the German occupation.
Completed Project
Pińczów, Poland

Pińczów Synagogue

Pińczów Synagogue, built at the turn of the 17th century, is the last surviving Jewish monument in the city of Pińczów, once a thriving economic and cultural Jewish center.
First established in 1386, the cemetery was unused since the end of the seventeenth century, when the "new" cemetery was opened. The old burial ground had become overgrown with vegetation and overcrowded with tombstones, many of them randomly scattered and broken., February 1975
Completed Project
Venice, Italy

Jewish Cemetery on the Lido

In 1386 the Venetian Republic granted its Jewish community land for a cemetery at San Nicolò on the Lido, the thin strip of land separating the Venetian lagoon from the Adriatic Sea.
Completed Project
Pécs, Hungary

Pécs Synagogue

The Synagogue of Pécs, consecrated in 1869, was an early structure built by the Jewish Neolog community, whose principles were articulated at the 1868 Hungarian Jewish Congress.
Ceiling detail, August 2004
Completed Project
Mád, Hungary

Mád Synagogue

Mád Synagogue, situated on top of a hill overlooking the majestic vineyards of the Tokaj Hegyalja region, is one of the oldest surviving synagogues in Hungary.
The new bima of the Etz Hayim Synagogue. The ehal and bima were reconstructed using a 400 year old cedar wood in a style mimicking the neoclassical pediment of the northern courtyard entrance with parallels those found in Izmir, Patras, and Corfiote synagogues of the same era. The synagogue was furnished so that it could again function as a place of regular Jewish worship., 1999
Completed Project
Hania, Greece

Etz Hayim Synagogue

In the seventeenth century, the Jewish community of Hania acquired a vacant Venetian church, the fifteenth-century Church of St. Catherine, and converted the structure into the Kal Kadosh Etz Hayim.
Interior, May-95
Completed Project
Pfaffenhoffen, France

Pfaffenhofen Synagogue

Pfaffenhoffen Synagogue is visually and architecturally indistinguishable from its surrounding built environment, which is one of the reasons it is prized today.