Ulm Synagogue by Kister Scheithauer Gross

Ulm Synagogue by Kister Scheithauer Gross

Sinagoga Ulm / Kister Scheithauer Gross Architects And Urban Planners Ulm Synagogue / Kister Scheithauer Gross Architects And Urban Planners – Augsburg, Germany -Plataforma Arquitectura

New Synagogue, by Wandel Hoefer Lorch + Hirsch / Dresden, Germany

Gallery of New Synagogue Dresden / Wandel Hoefer Lorch + Hirsch - 5

Garnethill Synagogue, Glasgow

Built in 1879 by Glasgow architect Mr John McLeod, the Garnethill Synagogue was built using a style of architecture that McLeod describes as "Romanesque with a Byzantine feeling introduced in the detail.

North Shore Congregation Israel synagogue in Glencoe, IL.  Designed by Minoru Yamasaki in 1964. Photograph by William T. Van Pelt

North Shore Congregation Israel synagogue in Glencoe, IL. Designed by Minoru Yamasaki in 1964. Photograph by William T. Van Pelt

Great Synagogue of Florence or Tempio Maggiore, Florence, Italy.

Great Synagogue of Florence or Tempio Maggiore, Florence, Italy.

Targu Mures Great Synagogue interior, Romania www.romaniasfriends.com / TOURS/ Romania rich jewish heritage

Targu Mures Great Synagogue interior, Romania www.romaniasfriends.com / TOURS/ Romania rich jewish heritage

Great Synagogue of Rome interior. Astrogeographic position: in the first degrees of the conservative and defensive earth sign Capricorn indicator of government institutions and official representations together with the male fire sign Aries the sign of action and of warfare. The signs do not stand for a temple in the first place but rather the head office of the local institutions. Valid for field level 4.

Great Synagogue of Rome interior. Astrogeographic position: in the first degrees of the conservative and defensive earth sign Capricorn indicator of government institutions and official representations together with the male fire sign Aries the sign of action and of warfare. The signs do not stand for a temple in the first place but rather the head office of the local institutions. Valid for field level 4.

This reconstruction of a wooden 17th-century synagogue once located in Gwozdziec, a formerly Polish town in Ukraine, is part of the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jew in Warsaw, Poland. The synagogue, which helps re-create Jewish life in that era, is one of the most striking exhibits in the museum's core exhibition.

Museum unveils rich story Jewish of life in Poland

This reconstruction of a wooden 17th-century synagogue once located in Gwozdziec, a formerly Polish town in Ukraine, is part of the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jew in Warsaw, Poland. The synagogue, which helps re-create Jewish life in that era, is one of the most striking exhibits in the museum's core exhibition.

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