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Debica Synagogue

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Uploaded on Nov 4, 2007

New Town Synagogue in Debica, Poland. The synagogue was built at the end of the 17th century. The present shape of the building dates from the middle of the 18th century. The synagogue is oriented, with 3-aisle main prayer room (16m x 30m). Today with a plain vault, previously with a sail-vault in each aisle. A two-storeyed risalit homed the women gallery on the east side, under the porch. There are some unique polichromes covered with plaster. During the WWII the synagogues was burnt by the nazis. In 1960 it was renovated and adapted for a shop. In 1995, after another renovation, it was returned to the Jewish Congregation in Cracow. Since then, the synagogue is managed by the Community. The shop still exists there - with permission of the Community. The film was made in 2006 by Ireneusz Socha.

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