Synagogues of the World

Hungary



Great Synagogue in Budapest


Great Synagogue Interior in Budapest


Dohany Synagogue


Synagogue of Zmad


The synagogue in Debrecen was built
between 1895-97 and destroyed by fire in 1948.


New synagogue in Debrecen


Interior of synagogue in Debrecen


Debrecen Synagogue interior


The synagogue in Gyor was built in 1871 and designed by Karoly Benko.
The synagogue was sold in 1969 and now used as a dance school.


Modern picture of the synagogue in Gyor.


Interior of the synagogue in Gyor.


Zalaegerszegi Synagogue


Szolnok Synagogue


Early 20th century postcard photo of the synagogue in Kecskemet.
The synagogue is now used as a church.


Recent photo of the synagogue in Kecskemet


The Great Synagogue in Szeged was the result of a design competition held in 1898.
The synagogue survived the war and has been declared an architectural monument.


Detail of Szeged Synagogue

View of dome of Szeged Synagogue

View of dome of Szeged Synagogue

View of the ark of Szeged Synagogue

Rabbi Immanuel Low (left) and actor Oszkar Beregi (right) stand on the bimah [podium] of the main synagogue in Szeged before 1944.


Szekszard Synagogue


Koszeg Synagogue


Hodmezovasarhely Synagogue


Orthodox Kazinczy utcai Synagogue


Gyöngyösi Synagogue


Sopron Synagogue


Interior of Sopron Synagogue


Interior of Sopron Synagogue


Kiskunhalasi Synagogue


Nagykanizsa Synagogue


Baja Synagogue


Apostagi Synagogue

Kossuth Ter Synagogue in Pecs


Kossuth Ter Synagogue in Pecs


Kossuth Ter Synagogue interior

Kossuth Ter Synagogue Ark

Pesti Shul interior Budapest

Kisvarda Synagogue

The destroyed interior of the Oulo Beces synagogue, following its vandalization by Hungarian soldiers in 1941-1942.

Szombathely Synagogue

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Sources: Great Synagogue in Budapest, Szeged synagogue (color), Sopron synagogue, Kossuth Ter Synagogue, and Szombathely Synagogue photos courtesy of HaChayim HaYehudim Jewish Photo Library (Jono David Media)
Old synagogue photos courtesy of Judaica Philatelic Resources. More recent photos courtesy of Hungarian Jewish Homepage
Black and white photos © Edward Serotta.
Pesti Shul photo from Pesti Shul
Postcards from Judaica Philatelic Resources
Szeged photo of Rabbi and Low, Oulo Beces synagogue from U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum