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Rumbach Synagogue
This synagogue is a fine example of the work of the Viennese architect Otto Wagner. The building itself was erected in the romantic style, richly decorated with Moorish elements. It was consecrated in 1872. Its cultural heritage is the preservation of the status quo. The Rumbach Sebestyén Synagogue together with the orthodox Kaziczy street synagogue and the neolog Dohány street synagogue form the so-called “Jewish triangle of Budapest”.
Address: VII. Rumbach Sebestyén Street 11-13.
Opening hours: 10-16.00

Synagogue of Apostag
The synagogue was built in 1768. The exterior of the Late Baroque building with a Classicist façade has faithfully preserved the original form. The original interior and part of the decoration has been carefully preserved. The renovation designed by Péter Wirth was awarded the Europa Nostra Prize.
Address: Iskola Street 5.
Telephone: (78) – 427-227

Synagogue of Baja
The synagogue was dedicated in 1845. In 1985 the local library was relocated to the renovated and transformed building. Careful interior architectural work has preserved the original atmosphere. There is a great memorial for the victims of the Holocaust on one side of the building.
Address: Munkácsy Mihály Street 9.
Telephone: (79)- 322-741
Website:
www.c3.hu/~aevk/

Synagogue of Győr- Art Museum
The synagogue was built by the neologian Israelite congregation between 1868 and 1870 in neo-Romanesque style, with an octagonal plan. The church interior is breath-taking with its circular balconies and the dome. It served as pattern for a number of significant European synagogues at the time of late historism. Here you can see János Vasilescu’s excellent Hungarian fine arts collection as well as paintings and statues by Lili Országh and her contemporaries.
Address: Kossuth Lajos Street 5.
Telephone: (96) 322 -695
Email: artmuz@t-online.hu
Website: www.artmuz.hu
Opening hours: Wednesday- Sunday 10-18.00

Synagogue of Makó
The Jews were first allowed to settle down in Makó by Miklós Stanislavich the Bishop of Csanád in the 1740’s. The first synagogue was built between 1770-1780; it was the first Jewish house for prayer in the country. This building later became known as the old synagogue. In 1919 it was destroyed. The second synagogue was erected in the 1870’s; it was an orthodox one. In 1914 Lipót Baumhorn designed a neologue synagogue, which was demolished in the socialist era. Following the Holocaust the orthodox synagogue fell into a sad state, but in 2002 it was reconstructed.
Address: Eötvös Street 15.
Telephone: (30)-3890613

Synagogue of Mád
The late-Baroque style synagogue of Mád (1795), in the Tokaj Hegyalja viniculture region, is one of the oldest in Hungary and the only one where its lavishly ornamented 18th century interior has survived in its original form. The synagogue stands in the centre of the village together with the Catholic Church and the Reformed Church, and is a crucial element of the urban landscape, symbolising the peaceful cohabitation of all three religious communities in a once flourishing settlement. The synagogue was restored in compliance with Jewish orthodox traditions and is suitable for religious services. This successful partial reconstruction provides a valuable model for the revival of neglected synagogues throughout Central and Eastern Europe, thereby contributing to enhancing a community’s identity.
Address: Rákoczi Way 75.
Telephone: (47)-348043
Email:
madph@t-online.hu

Synagogue of Miskolc
The synagogue built between 1861-63 is one of the most famous monuments of the Hungarian Romantic architecture. It was designed by Ludwig Forster. Visiting on Sunday should be arranged in advance.
Address: Kazinczy Street 7.
Telephone: (46) 505-044
Opening hours: from Sunday to Friday 9-15.00

Old Synagogue of Sopron
In the 13th century the program of King Béla IV welcomed the Jews in Sopron. A street was allocated to them (today it is called Új street). The old synagogue was erected around 1300. Under a high pyramid roof the Old Synagogue consists of a large two-storied prayer hall and a prayer for woman. It belongs to the protected monuments of the town.
Address: Új Street 22.
Telephone: (99)-311327
Email:
soproni@gymsmuzeum.hu
Website: www.museum.sopron.hu

Tiny Shul of Szentendre
This small town lies near Budapest. It is a popular tourist attraction owing to its many sights and monuments. One of the many museums is a small Jewish museum, which is occasionally serves as a synagogue.
Address: Alkotmány Street 3.
Telephone: (30) 932-2900

Synagogue of Tokaj
The first synagogue was built on the banks of the Tisza, was no bigger than a family house. It burnt down in the great fire of 1890. On this site a larger synagogue was built donated by a wealthy member of the community. He also financed the building of a new, beautiful synagogue. The latter one was erected in romantic Moorish style which resembles the one in Pécs. Nowadays the building is used for occasional cultural events. Explore old wine cellars and taste some of the excellent kosher wines.
Address: Serház Street 55.
Telephone: (20)-969-4493
Email:
mh@tokaj.hu
Website: http:// konferencia.tokaj.hu





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