Welcome to Sejny

At the opposite, southern end of the town is a large synagogue built by the sizable local Jewish community in the 1880s. During the German occupation it served as a fire station, and after the war as a storage room. Today it's an art gallery operated by the Borderland Centre, focusing on the arts and culture of the various ethnic and religious traditions of the region. In summer, the foundation regularly hosts evenings of klezmer music. Concert schedules are normally posted on the door of the synagogue; otherwise check the website for details.

Hourly buses run from Sejny to Suwałki (12zł, 45 minutes).

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