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The Choral Synagogue of Vilnius , built in 1903, is the only active synagogue remaining in this city that once boasted over 100. Few Jewish houses of worship survived World War II and its aftermath. After the war, the Choral Synagogue was converted into a metal-workers shop and the vibrations from the machines have caused structural damage. Bron: www.wmf.org/project/vilnius-choral-synagogue

De synagoge staat helaas voor fotografen in een smalle straat. Je moet letterlijk met de rug tegen de muur.

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