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Obj. ID: 16854  Cemetery chapel in Lendava, Slovenia

© Center for Jewish Art, Photographer: Čerešnješ, Ivan, 2002.

The chapel in Lendava was built at the entrance to the Jewish cemetery in 1906. It is a compact, rectangular, Neo-Classicist structure, covered by a hipped tile roof. Its exterior walls are plastered and painted, decorated with a molded stringcourse and crowning cornice. Segment-headed gateways pierce the street and cemetery sides of the chapel. The side windows on the street façade are round-headed, facilitated with wooden shutters. The side openings on the cemetery side are rectangular, missing any frames or shutters.

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Cemetery chapel in Lendava | Unknown
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1906
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Slovenia | Lendava
| Dolga Vas, Glavna ulica
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Premk, Janez and Mihaela Hudelia, Jewish Heritage: A Guidebook to Slovenia (Ljubljana: JAS, 2014)
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