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Synagogues of the World:
Ukraine


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  • Stara Synagogue in Tarnopol
  • Synagogue in Kirovograd
  • Synagogue in Rogatin
  • Central synagogue of Uzhgorod, dedicated in 1904, now used as a concert hall, after all Jewish symbols were removed.
  • Central synagogue of Uzhgorod, dedicated in 1904, now used as a concert hall, after all Jewish symbols were removed.
  • Great Synagogue of Kiev. The synagogue now is used as a puppet theater.
  • Synagogue in Podhajce.
  • Postcard published prior to the end of World War I when the city was known as Nagyszollo showing synagogue in Vinogradov.
  • Temple of Chernovotsy. The synagogue was closed in 1940 amd in 1941, the synagogue was blown up by the Nazis. In 1959, the remains were destroyed to make way for a theater.
  • The Beregovo synagogue was confiscated in 1959 for use as a theater.
  • Synagogue in Stanislav /span>
  • Lutsk Synagogue
  • Yevpatoriya synagogue
  • Synagogue Brodsky, Odessa
  • Synagogue burning in Krzemieniec, Ukraine
  • Synagogue destroyed in Krzemieniec.

Sources: Judaica Philatelic Resources
Krzemieniec synagogues from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

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