|Below you will find
a series of postcards that depict various synagogues that currently or
once stood in Europe. Most of these photographs have been purchased,
taken, or otherwise obtained by
those visiting these towns and cities, and they have been subsequently
submitted to the Museum to be placed online.
Some of these synagogues might still be extant, i.e. still being used
as synagogues, but others lay abandoned and perhaps in a state of
disrepair, or are currently being used for other purposes. Some have
Current town names are used to indicate the location of each synagogue.
The Museum welcomes further submissions, as this exhibition is forever ongoing and evolving. Please include the name of the country, town/city, synagogue (if known), and the month and year the photo was taken.
Please click on the thumbnail photos to see the enlarged versions.
"One of the two synagogues in Finland. Located in the Kamppi(Kampen) district, the synagogue is used by the 1,200-strong Jewish community of Helsinki. The synagogue building, designed by the Viipuri-born architect Jac. Ahrenberg (1847-1914), was completed in 1906."
TURKU, FINLAND (2007)
" Located in the VII District the synagogue is used by the Jewish community of Turku. The synagogue building, designed by architects August Krook and J.E. Hindersson, was completed in 1912. "