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Ark from below, November 2005
Completed Project
Jičín, Czech Republic

Jičín Synagogue

Jews began to settle in Jičín during the fourteenth century, but an official Jewish community was not established until the seventeenth century.
Completed Project
Cáslav, Czech Republic

Cáslav Synagogue

Cáslav Synagogue in the central Czech Republic was constructed in 1899 to serve the town's Jewish population.
Interior, May 2002
Completed Project
Boskovice, Czech Republic

Boskovice Synagogue

In the mid-1600s Boskovice was a market town just beginning to thrive again after the damage of the Thirty Years War.
Interior, June 2009
Completed Project
Split, Croatia

Split Synagogue

Housed in two medieval homes in the historic center, Split Synagogue remains one of the oldest Sephardic synagogues still in use.
Completed Project
Shanghai, China

Ohel Rachel Synagogue

Jewish communities have existed in China for over 13 centuries, but today architectural traces are hard to find.