From: Bucharest, Synagogue
Adress: Strada Vasile Adamache 11, București 030167
The Great Synagogue in Bucharest was buit between 1845 and 1846 by the community of Ashkenazi Jews from Poland. It is called the Great Synagogue because it was for a long time the largest synagogue in Bucharest. The Great Synagogue was damaged in an earthquake, then it was devastated by the legionnaires in 1941, being consolidated in 1980. The exterior of the synagogue was renovated and completed in 2007.
The Great Synagogue has been hosting the “Chief Rabbi Dr. Moses Rosen” Jewish Martyrs Memorial for more than 20 years.