Helsinki Synagogue

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Helsinki Synagogue

Helsinki Synagogue (Helsingin synagoga in Finnish, Helsingfors synagoga in Swedish) in the city of Helsinki (Helsingfors) is one of the two synagogues in Finland. Located in the Kamppi (Kampen) district, the synagogue is used by the 1,200-strong Jewish community of Helsinki. The synagogue building, designed by the Viipuri-born architect Jac. Ahrenberg (1847-1914), was completed in 1906.

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Coordinates: 60°10′03″N 24°55′42″E / 60.16750°N 24.92833°E / 60.16750; 24.92833