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Sisak Synagogue on the postcard
|Status||Devastated and robbed in 1942, today serves as a music school|
|Leadership||Rabbi: Beno Heisz|
|Architectural style||Neo-romanticism, neo-Mudéjar|
Sisak Synagogue was the 19th century synagogue in Sisak, Croatia built in the 1880. During World War II it was devastated and robbed, and synagogue rabbi Beno Heisz was killed in 1943. Synagogue today serves as a music school.
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