Great Synagogue, Jasło
|Location||Karol Szajnocha St.
|Status||Destroyed in 1939|
The Great Synagogue (Polish: Wielka Synagoga w Jaśle) was an Orthodox Jewish synagogue in Jasło, Poland. It was built in 1905, and was destroyed by the German Army during World War II. After the war a restaurant was built in its site. The Forest Hill Jewish Centre announced plans to rebuild the façade of the Jasło Synagogue as the façade of its new building on Spadina Road in Toronto, Canada.
- (English) The Jewish Community in Old Jasło from ShtetLinks
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