Great Synagogue, Katowice

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Istanbul Kebab, Księdza Piotra Skargi, Śródmieście, Katowice, Górnośląsko-Zagłębiowska Metropolia, Silesian Voivodeship, 40-092, Poland

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Description Great Synagogue, Katowice

Great Synagogue was the largest synagogue in Katowice (Kattowitz), Poland then Germany. It was built in 1900, designed by Max Grünfeld. The synagogue was set on fire by the Nazis on 4 September 1939.


== History ==
The plans to raise a new synagogue in Katowice arose around 1890, when the Old Synagogue (Katowice) became too small for the local worshippers. The construction begun in 1896, and the architect in charge was Max Grünfeld, son of Ignatz Grünfeld who designed the old synagogue. The con

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