According to memoirs, the interior cupola and walls of this wooden synagogue were covered with paintings and texts of prayers.
The synagogue burnt in 1903; the attempts to restore it ended in 1913 without results.
See Yitsḥak Gur-Arie, “Murovits,” Yalkut Vohlin, 1 (1945): 28; Sonia and Mendel Teitelman, “Mentshn in a shtetl,” Sefer Mlynov–Mervits, ed. Yitsḥak Sigelman (Haifa, 1970), p. 91.
No depiction of the synagogue is known.