|Ecclesiastical or organizational status||Converted Synagogue|
|Architect(s)||Gyula Papp and Ferenc Szabolcs|
|Style||Byzantine Revival—Moorish Revival|
Since World War II the building has served as Uzhgorod's concert hall, prized for its acoustics. It has housed the Regional Philharmonic Society with the Transcarpathian Folk Choir.
All Jewish symbols were removed from the building, although as of 2012 there is a plaque on the facade commemorating the 85,000 Jews from Zakarpattia Oblast who were murdered in The Holocaust. There are now plans to restore the glass dome with its mosaics.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Great Synagogue in Uzhhorod.|
- "Glass Mosaic Ceiling of Uzhgorod Synagogue to be Restored". Jewish Heritage Europe. Retrieved 29 January 2016.
- 21 channel (7 April 2015). "Унікальна закарпатська філармонія". Retrieved 28 June 2016 – via YouTube.