Nozyk Synagogue

4.16 Votes
  • Address: Twarda 6, 00-001 Warszawa, Poland
  • Phone: +48-502400849
  • Tags: Religious Site, Family And Kids, Architecture , Synagogue

Built in between 1898 and 1902, Nozyk Synagogue is the only pre-war Jewish house of prayer standing in Warszawa, Poland. Although it was restored after the second world war, it continues to exude its old charm. The structure is built in the neo-Romanesque style of architecture. The interiors of the synagogue are very simple yet beautiful. Standing the test of time, the structure has witnessed many historical happenings. If you are in the neighborhood, this is a must-visit place.

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How to Reach Nozyk Synagogue

  • Buses 160, 174, N12, N46, N62 to stop :  Rondo ONZ 02
  • Buses 102 and 105 to stop : Al.Jana Pawla II 01

  • Nozyk Synagogue Address: Twarda 6, 00-001 Warszawa, Poland
  • Nozyk Synagogue Contact Number: +48-502400849
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Nozyk Synagogue Reviews & Ratings

  • Historic places are the base for stable nation. Poland is strong so it does not afraid to memorize the jewish historic places.

  • It's amazing to see this synagogue in the heart of the city. It's close to Metropolitan station and the central station. It took me a while to find it, however I'm really happy I visited it. It's an important piece of Warsaw history. I suggest to everyone to visit it

  • Provided a minyan at end of 9 Av with shiur and break fast. Also beautiful example of European shul

  • Very special to visit the only remaining Synagogue that survived the destruction of the Nazi during World War 2 out of 400 synagogue in Warsaw. Amazing thing is the Gardens Synagogue in Cape Town looks very similar to the Nozyk Synagogue and is very special to South African Jews of Polish origin

  • It was closed when I wanted to take a peek inside. Maybe some other time. It's well hidden in Plac Grzybowski.

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