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  Italian Synagogue in Ancona, Italy

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Name/Title
Italian Synagogue in Ancona | Unknown
Object Detail
Date
1873-1876
Synagogue active dates
Reconstruction dates
Artist/ Maker
Unknown (Unknown)
Origin
Historical Origin
Unknown
Community type
Congregation
Location
Italy | Marche | Ancona
| via Astagno 10
Site
Unknown
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Unknown
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Construction material
Brick
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Extant
Documented by CJA
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Present Usage
Synagogue
Present Usage Details
Condition of Building Fabric
B (Fair)
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Urban significance
Significance Rating
2 (Regional)
Languages of inscription
Unknown
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0
Ornamentation
Custom
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Summary and Remarks

This Italian-rite synagogue is located on the raised ground floor of the building. It was moved here in 1932. Now rarely used. The Levantine-rite synagogue is on the first floor of the same building. 

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Bibliography
Yaakov Pinkerfeld, Batei-ha-kneset be-italiya mitkufat ha-renesans 'ad yameinu: perek be-toldot ha-adrikhalut ha-yehudit (Jerusalem, 1954), pp. 33-34 with plan, ills. 49-50 http://www.visitjewishitaly.it/en/listing/italian-synagogue/ Rivka and Ben-Zion Dorfman, Synagogues without Jews and the Communities that built and used them (Philadelphia, 2000), pp. 18-19 with ills and plan

Annie Sacerdoti, The Guide to Jewish Italy, photographs by Alberto Jona Falco (Venice, 2008)
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