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Romania


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  • A rendering of the Oradea Zion synagoue in Romania, c. 1900.
  • The Great Synagogue of Targu-Mures, built in 1899
  • The Oradea Zion synagogue from a different angle, 1925.
  • Resitas Synagogue in Caras-Severin County, built 1910.
  • The Orthodox synagogue of Timisoara lies in the background of this portrait, dated 1925.
  • A 1928 picture of Timisoara's Orthodox synagogue.
  • Bistrid-Nasau County Synagogue
  • Albaiulas Synagogue, built 1822.
  • Bacau Synagogue, built 1899.
  • Cluj Synagogue, built 1886.
  • Harlau Synagogue, built 1813.
  • Braila Synaguge.
  • Brasov Synagogue.
  • Arad Synagogue, built 1834.
  • Choral Temple, built 1866, re-built 1932 and 1945.
  • Great Synagogue, Suceava, Built 1870
  • Tailor’s Synagogue in Bucharest.
  • Tailor’s Synagogue in Bucharest.
  • Reforma Synagogue in Cluj Napoca.
  • Reforma Synagogue in Cluj Napoca.
  • Mare “Big” Orthodox Synagogue in Oradea.
  • Mare “Big” Orthodox Synagogue in Oradea.
  • Choral Synagogue, Bucharest
  • Reforma Synagogue, Cluj Napoca
  • Zion Synagogue, Oradea

Sources: Postcards from Judaica Philatelic Resources
Synagogues in Romania
HaChayim HaYehudim Jewish Photo Library (© Jono David Media)

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