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Interior of the Türkischer Tempel in Vienna
|Ecclesiastical or organizational status||Destroyed|
|Architect(s)||Hugo von Wiedenfeld|
The Türkischer Tempel (English: Turkish Temple) was a synagogue in Vienna. It was built specifically for a community of Sephardi Jews, who originally came from Turkey. The synagogue was built in a Turkish, almost Islamic style, with a dome. The building was destroyed during the Reichskristallnacht in 1938.
- Bob Martens, Herbert Peter: "The Destroyed Synagogues of Vienna - Virtual city walks". Vienna: LIT Verlag, 2011.
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