The place of the Great Vilna Synagogue
WORTH VISITING: Even though there were more than 100 Jewish prayer houses in Vilnius at the beginning of the 20th century, but only two of them were actually called synagogues. One of them was Taharat Ha-Kodesh synagogue on Pylimo street...
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Mural synagogue in Širvintos
WORTH VISITING: If You are on the road Vilnius-Ukmergė, do not hesitate to turn along the way to Širvintos. On the one end of Vilnius street You will find an extant building of Širvintos mural synagogue, and on the other...
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Historical Jewish Quarters in Zarasai
WORTH VISITING: Zarasai was a birth place of a world-famous painter Jehuda Pen, who was born in the 19th century, studied painting in Saint Petersburg and  later established an art school in Vitebsk. This art school was a first artistic...
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