Print | A A A | Report a bug | 43 213 680 chars | 84164 photos | 731 video | 116 audio | 1920 towns

Synagogue at Wroniecka St.

Heritage Sites – Synagogues, prayer houses and others
Polska / wielkopolskie

The Synagogue – Wroniecka Street, near Stawna Street, Małe Garbary and the extension of Żydowska Street. The construction plans were made in 1902. The corner stone was set on 6th May 1906. The construction was completed on 5th May 1907. The last service was conducted on 9th September 1939. In 1941 the Nazis transformed the synagogue into a swimming pool for Wehrmacht soldiers and it is still used for that purpose nowadays. In 2003 the Jewish community took over the property right to the building.[1.1]

Show footnotes

Hide footnotes

[1.1] [accessed on 15th Jan., 2009].

The Administrator has made all possible efforts to present the content accuratly and up-to-date in a way that does not infringe upon the rights of third parties, including copyrights, but cannot guarantee it. Therefore erroneous information on the website may not be the basis for claims. If you have any questions, please contact us at the following e-mail address:


Zoom map

52.4110° N / 16.9351° E
52°24'39" N / 16°56'06" E
Lokalizacja dokładna