Great Synagogue, Łomża

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35, Dworna, Pociejewo, Łomża, Podlaskie Voivodeship, 18-400, Poland

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The Great Synagogue was a historic Jewish synagogue in Łomża, Poland. The synagogue stood at the south-eastern corner of the Main Square at the intersection of today's Giełczyńska and Senatorska 28 streets.
It was built in 1878-1889 on the initiative of Rabbi Eliezer-Simcha Rabinowicz, and designed by Italian-Polish architect Enrico Marconi from Congress Poland.


== Destruction ==
The synagogue was destroyed by the invading Germans either in September 1939, at the very beginning of World War I

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