Pászti Street Orthodox Synagogue


This beautiful pink synagogue built in 1893 has undergone a complete renovation and is once again open to the public. There are the remains of a mikvah in the basement. In the courtyard is a Holocaust memorial bearing the names of local people murdered in Nazi concentration camps.

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