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PRESERVED  WOODEN  SYNAGOGUES IN  LITHUANIA

documented by the Center for Jewish Art in 1996 and 2004

Wooden synagogue in Žiežmariai (mid-19th century)
Photo Sergey Kravtsov, 2004

Wooden synagogue in Pakruojis (early 19th century)
Photo Sergey Kravtsov, 2004

Wooden synagogue in Alanta (mid-19th century)
Photo Sergey Kravtsov, 2004

Wooden synagogue in Kaltinėnai (19th century)
Photo Sergey Kravtsov, 2004

Wooden synagogue in Laukuva (late 19th century)
Photo Sergey Kravtsov, 2004

Wooden Kloyz in Plungė (1931)
Photo Sergey Kravtsov & Zoya Arshavsky, 2004

Wooden synagogue in Veisiejai (1925)
Photo Sergey Kravtsov, 2004

Wooden synagogue in Rozalimas (late 19th century)
Photo Sergey Kravtsov, 2004

Wooden synagogue in Telšiai (1873)
Photo Sergey Kravtsov, 2004

Wooden Karaite Kenassa in Trakai (18th -19th century)
Photo Vladimir Levin, 2005

Wooden synagogue in Kurkliai (1935)
Photo Marija Rupeikienė, 1996

Wooden synagogue in Tirkšliai (early 19th century)
Photo Marija Rupeikienė, 1996

Wooden synagogue in Seda (early 19th century)
Photo Marija Rupeikienė, 1996

 

 

 

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