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Kazinczy Synagogue
Address: VII. Kazinczy Street 27.
Telephone: (1) 351-0526

Dessewffy Synagogue
Address: Dessewffy Street 23.
Telephone: available through the orthodox community

Visegrádi Synagogue
Address: XIII. Visegrádi Street 3.
Telephone: available through the orthodox community

Teleki Square Synagogue (sefard)
Address: Teleki Square 22.
Telephone: (1) 351-0524

Synagogues on the countryside

Békéscsaba
Address: Széchenyi liget

Debrecen
The synagogue was built in Eclectic style in 1909. The façade is dominated by the triple window and entrance. They synagogue’s interior, ornamentation and furnishing has been renovated.
Address: Bajcsi Zs. Street. 26.
Telephone: (52) 415-861
Opening hours: 8-16.00

Hódmezővásárhely
Address: Szeremlei Street 3.
Telephone: (62) 249-689
Opening hours: 13.00-17.00

Jánoshalma
Address: Petőfi Sándor Street 3.
Telephone: (70)-361-9157

Kaposvár
Address: Berzsenyi Street 14.
Telephone: (30)-9361582

Karcag
Address: Kertész József Street 7.
Telephone: (30) -925-9594

Kecskemét*
Address: Nagykőrösi Street 5.
Telephone: (76) -504-727
Opening hours: Friday evening
Email: grosza@rpulok.aeromed.hu

Keszthely
Address: Kosssuth Lajos Street 20.
Telephone: (83) 312-188

Kiskunhalas
Address: Petőfi Street 1.
Telephone: (30)-347-3333

Mosonmagyaróvár
Address: Kossuth Lajos Street 20.
Telephone: (20)-9656311

Nagykanizsa
Address: Fő Street 6.
Telephone: (30) 385-2503

Nagykőrös*
The synagogue was built in 1925 according to the plans of Lajos Molnár. The interior of it is furnished in a traditional style.
Address: Rákóczi Way 21.
Telephone: (53) -552-423
Email: nagykorosizsido@kozep-zsido-hu

Nyíregyháza
Address: Mártírok Square 6.
Opening hours: Monday-Thursday 8-14.00
Telephone: (42) 417-939

Pécs*
The great synagogue was designed by Károly Gerstner and Lajos Frey according to the Romantic style. The arched central part rises above the roof-ridge. A clock is set in the centre encircled by a Hebrew text: “For mine house shall be called a house of prayer for all people” (Isaiah 56:7)
Address: Fürdő Street 1.
Telephone: (72) -315-881
Opening hours: from May to September 10-17.00

Salgótarján
Address: Füleki Way 55.
Telephone: (30) 370-3265

Siófok
Address: Széchenyi Street 4.
Telephone: (84) 107-54

Szeged*
The great synagogue was built in 1903 according to the plans of Lipót Baumhorn. It is a magnificent masterpiece of the Art Nouveau lying in the centre of a garden. A marble plaque in the vestibule lists the names of the victims of the Holocaust from Szeged. The elaborate painted decoration, the use of various colours and ornamental motifs, the Hebrew and Hungarian inscriptions reflect both the Hungarianness and the Jewisness of the builders. The interior ornamentation and the stained glass windows, reflecting the sequence of Jewish holy days were made by Miksa Róth.
Address: Guttenberg Street 20.
Telephone: (62) 423-849
Opening hours: from April till September 10-12.00 and 13.00-17.00; from October till March 9-14.00
Website:
www.zsinagoga.szeged.hu

Szekszárd
Address: Szent István Square
Telephone: (74) 511-247

Székesfehérvár
Address: Várkörút 19.
Opening hours: weekdays 17.00-18.00
Telephone: (20) 955-3580

Szolnok
Address: Templom Street 2.
Opening hours: 9-17.00 except Monday

Szombathely
Address: Batthyanyi Square 9.
Telephone: (94) -505-033
Opening hours: Tuesday 15.00-17.00, Friday 15.00-19.00
Email: zszsk@t-online.hu

Vác*
Address: Eötvös Street 3.
Telephone: (30) -945-7276
Email: turaijanos@invitel.hu

* Schul on the countryside with active rabbi If phone number is available, please contact before visiting





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