Great Synagogue (Tbilisi)
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|Length||24.5 meters (80 ft)|
|Width||15 meters (49 ft)|
|Height (max)||14 meters (46 ft)|
The building, also known as the Georgian Synagogue, was built from 1895 to 1903 in an eclectic style by Georgian Jews from Akhaltsikhe who migrated to Tbilisi in the late 19th century, thus the synagogue is also called “synagogue of the people of Akhaltsikhe”.
There is also a synagogue in Tbilisi built by the Jews of Tshinvali at 13 Kozhevennyi Tupik Street.
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