Obj. ID: 51195
Modern Jewish Art Memorial plaque at the site of the synagogue in Karlovac, Croatia, 2021
To the main object: Site of the Synagogue in Karlovac, Croatia
No official name
Who is Commemorated?
The synagogue in Karlovac
A plaque of black stone is attached to the building that stands on the site of the Karlovac synagogue.
It features an image of the synagogue and identical inscriptions in Croatian, Hebrew, and English. The inscriptions do not mention the Holocaust.
Na ovome se mjestu
Karlovac 1871 – 1960.
Translation: In this place was located the synagogue of the Jewish community of Karlovac, 1871 – 1960.
כאן שכן בית הכנסת של קהילת יהודי קרלובץ
1960 – 1871
Translation: Here was the synagogue of the Jewish community of Karlovac, 1871 – 1960.
The synagogue of the Jewish community
of Karlovac was located here
1871 - 1960
The plaque was unveiled on September 13, 2021, in the presence of the Israeli Ambassador to Croatia, the chief rabbi Moše Prelević, the head of the Zagreb Jewish community Ognjen Kraus, the mayor of Karlovac Damir Mandić, the County Prefect Martina Furdek Hajdin, the founder of the association “Jews in Karlovac,” Tena Bunčić, and others.
"Memorial plaque placed in Karlovac at site of former synagogue," Total Croatia News, September 2021, https://total-croatia-news.com/news/politics/memorial-plaque-placed-in-karlovac-at-site-of-former-synagogue/ (accessed August 14, 2023)