Obj. ID: 18130
Jewish Architecture Great Synagogue in Slonim - Interior
To the main object: Great Synagogue in Slonim, Belarus
The synagogue was built in 1635 and in the eighteenth century it acquired its Baroque high gable. The core rectangular prayer hall had a central Bimah, built as so-called Bimah-support construction. Its four massive pillars supported the vaults of the hall; a richly decorated inner vault was situated above the place of Torah reading.