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Obj. ID: 51997  Holocaust memorial plaque at the Sadigora Hasidim kloyz in Sanok, Poland

© Center for Jewish Art, Photographer: Khaimovich, Boris, 1995

Memorial Name

No official name

Who is Commemorated?

The synagogue in Sanok

Description:

A small metal plaque is affixed to the façade of the only preserved synagogue building in Sanok. It has Polish and Hebrew inscriptions divided by a small Star of David.

Inscription

Polish:

W tym budynku miesciła się do czasów okupacji
synagoga żydowskich mieszkańców Sanoka.
Cudem ocalała ona od zdewastowania
przez hitlerowskich morderców.

Translation: In this building, there was, before the period of occupation, a synagogue of the Jewish inhabitants of Sanok. Miraculously, it survived devastation by Hitlerite murderers.

Hebrew:

בנין זה שמש עד לשואה כבית כנסת של יהודי סאנוק
מחסידי "סדיגורה" ונצל בנס מהרס מידי הרוצחים הגרמניים
לוח זה הוקם ע"י
ארגון יוצאי סאנוק והסביבה בישראל
בשנת תשנ"א

Translation: Before the Holocaust, this building was a synagogue of the Jews of Sanok from among Sadigora Hasidim and it was miraculously saved from destruction by the German murderers. This plaque was installed by the Organization of the Jews from Sanok and vicinity in Israel in the year 1991.

 

Commissioned by

Organization of the Jews from Sanok and vicinity in Israel

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Vladimir Levin | 2023
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Holocaust memorial plaque at the Sadigora Hasidim kloyz in Sanok | Unknown
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Synagogue (former)   
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According to the inscription, the plaque was installed in 1991 by the Organization of the Jews from Sanok and vicinity in Israel.

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