Trenčín Synagogue

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Front side of the building.

The Trenčín Synagogue is a building in the city of Trenčín in Slovakia.


The Jewish population of the city was around 2000 members.[1] In 1913, the Jewish community built the building on the site of a previous wooden synagogue from 1781.

In 1941, it was damaged by the Slovak Hlinka Guard.[2]

After the war, the building became property of the state and was used as a storage facility. Jews from the city prayed in a room nearby. It was renovated at the end of the 70's and is now a cultural center.


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Coordinates: 48°53′40″N 18°02′23″E / 48.8944°N 18.0396°E / 48.8944; 18.0396