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The Lendava Synagogue is one of the three synagogues still remaining in Slovenia. The Lendava Synagogue (built in 1866) functions as a historical monument and a cultural centre. Since 2013 it hosts also the Slovenian Holocaust Museum with a...more
The synagogue in Lendava is one of only two synagogues left in Slovenia. The synagogue was built in the 18th century and was heavily destroyed in World War II. It is now a museum which displays a permanent exhibition on the History of Jews in...More
The synagogue is well maintained and the exhibition seems interesting, but explanations are only in Slovenian and Hungarian. This is frustrating for most tourists who can’t understand these languages but can understand English.
I strongly advise the municipality to offer explanations in English - this...More
I took a tour of the synagogue with my cousin and her husband. It is only one of two synagogues in Slovenia. It's a sad reminder of what happened to the Jews during WW II with all the victims names included on a wall.
This fully restored building is located in the new large square in Lendava, in opposite side of the theatre. Inside a large and empty ground floor room with columns support the balcony . From the ceiling two round golden chandeliers. In the left corner a...More
The building is restored old house with big inner space from 19. century. It was a synagogue. Now, it is part of cultural center near the main square with fountain and huge Hungarian Cultural palace. Place for exhibitions, some concerts and gatherings. Another synagogue -...More