Great Synagogue, Białystok

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3A, Suraska, Osiedle Waryńskiego, Centrum, Białystok, Podlaskie Voivodeship, 15-093, Poland

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Description Great Synagogue, Białystok

The Great Synagogue (Polish: Wielka Synagoga w Białymstoku) was a synagogue located in Białystok, Poland, which was built between 1909-1913 and designed by Szlojme Rabinowicz. The synagogue was burnt down by Germans on June 27, 1941, with an estimated number of 2,000 Jews inside.


== History ==
The synagogue was located on Suraska Street. Construction began in 1909 and the building was completed in 1913. It was designed by Szlojme (Shlomo) Jakow Rabinowicz. The design included three Byzantine s

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