Szeged Synagogue, Szeged

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Szeged Synagogue, Szeged - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Josika utca 10, Szeged, Hungary

Phone: +36-62423849

Ticket Price: 500 HUF

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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This is one of the most beautiful and architecturally accomplished buildings in Szeged. Mixing Art Nouveau and Historicist styles in a very Hungarian fashion, with some Gothic flourishes on the ribs of the dome, the building was built in 1907. The Dome’s ornately decorated interior, with a famed blue and gold cupola, and famed stained glass, is the work of artist Miksa roth. Also check out the the tabernacle of carved acacia wood. The synagogue is the second largest in Hungary, and the fourth largest in the world.

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  • One of the most beautiful synagogue in Central-Eastern Europe both from interior and architectural point of view. The garden s currently under replanting, so the surrounding is a bit flat nowadays, but I am sure it's going to be even better

  • One of the most beautiful synagogues by one of my favourite architects! Definitely worth a visit (or two).

  • Visited the old and new synagogues via a tour guide from the Szeged Tourism office recently, which I highly recommend you do. Although there is plenty of information on the Internet already about these two synagogues, for 1,000 HUF (under £3) for a one hour tour with a tour guide that includes entrance fee to the new synagogue I would highly recommend a tour guide. The new synagogue has the WOW factor, both externally and internally. The blue colour scheme, bright;y painted windows, the overall size and history of the place is fascinating. There is a section that commemorates the Holocaust victims of the World War II concentration camps and sections of the tour that mention the trees outside, jewish torah, baby garden and painted windows; all of which are linked together through history. The new synagogue has recently been renovated and so now looks even more beautiful.

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  • In spite of being in a small town in Hungary this is the 4th largest synagogue in the world. Impressive building!!

  • It's a beautiful, but a bit hidden by the vegetation around it.

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