Jewish culture:& synagogs in Slovakia

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jewish synagogue in Trencin, Slovakia

jewish synagogue in Trencin, Slovakia

židovská synagoga/ jewish synagogue, Lucenec, Slovakia

židovská synagoga/ jewish synagogue, Lucenec, Slovakia

Nitra synagogue

Nitra synagogue

Presov synagogue interior

Presov synagogue interior

Levice Synagogue

Levice Synagogue

Peter Behrens - Synagogue in Žilina, Slovakia2

Peter Behrens - Synagogue in Žilina, Slovakia2

Synagogue in Trencin Slovakia

Synagogue in Trencin Slovakia

Neolog Synagogue, Kosice

Neolog Synagogue, Kosice

Trencsén (Slovak: Trenčín) is a city in western Slovakia of the central Váh River valley near the Czech border.

Trencsén (Slovak: Trenčín) is a city in western Slovakia of the central Váh River valley near the Czech border.

synagoga Liptovsky Mikulas

synagoga Liptovsky Mikulas


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jewish synagogue in Trencin, Slovakia

jewish synagogue in Trencin, Slovakia

Trencsén Status Quo Ante Synagogue (Slovak: Trenčín). By 1720s, there was an organized Jewish Community.  Population grew from 81 in 1727 to 1,1619 by 1940.  In March/April 1942, young men were deported to Majdanek camp and young women to Auschwitz.  By Sept. 1944, 1,554 from the area were sent to death camps.  About 330 returned of who about 50% emigrated to israel.

Trencsén Status Quo Ante Synagogue (Slovak: Trenčín). By 1720s, there was an organized Jewish Community. Population grew from 81 in 1727 to 1,1619 by 1940. In March/April 1942, young men were deported to Majdanek camp and young women to Auschwitz. By Sept. 1944, 1,554 from the area were sent to death camps. About 330 returned of who about 50% emigrated to israel.

Synagogue in Trencin Slovakia

Synagogue in Trencin Slovakia

Nova synagoga_Zilina, Slovakia

Nova synagoga_Zilina, Slovakia

synagoga Liptovsky Mikulas

synagoga Liptovsky Mikulas

Vrútky synagogue

Vrútky synagogue

Šaštín-Stráže synagogue

Šaštín-Stráže synagogue

Mehnaz Synagogue, Komarno

Mehnaz Synagogue, Komarno

Nagysurány Orthodox Synagogue in Nyítra County (Šurany, Slovakia).  In 1779, there were 220 Jews in the town.   By 1930,there were 772 Jews declining to 563 by 1941.  Most perished in Auschwitz.  In 1948, there were 50 Jews in town most abandoned the town after 1949.

Nagysurány Orthodox Synagogue in Nyítra County (Šurany, Slovakia). In 1779, there were 220 Jews in the town. By 1930,there were 772 Jews declining to 563 by 1941. Most perished in Auschwitz. In 1948, there were 50 Jews in town most abandoned the town after 1949.

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