Special Synagogues Architecture

While many synagogues have unique architectural or historical aspects, those shown on this page have particularly unusual architectural features. View each synagogue's interior panorama photo and see other views of the synagogue by clicking on the preview picture.

Beth Sholom

City and Country:

Elkins Park - United States

Year Built:

1958

Description:

The only synagogue designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

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Alteschul or Horni

City and Country:

Mikulov - Czech Republic

Year Built:

1550

Description:

Unique design with four central columns.

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Princes Road Synagogue

City and Country:

Liverpool - United Kingdom

Year Built:

1874

Description:

Considered to be "the most lavish High Victorian synagogue in England, a true jewel in the crown of Europe's 'Capital of Culture 2008'."

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Subotica Synagogue

City and Country:

Subotica - Serbia

Year Built:

1902

Description:

One of the finest existing examples of religious architecture in Art Nouveau Style

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Temple Beth Shalom

City and Country:

Spokane - United States

Year Built:

1966

Description:

When the construction of Interstate 90 took the synagogue's previous site, this new synagogue building was constructed on Spokane's South Hill.

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