Stunning gem of Hungarian Art nouveau. One of its kind in Europe. Newly renovated, shining old glory... Don't miss!
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Beautiful buillding, Sinagogue built in Art Nouveau style. Has bee restaurating for years and never finished. Great potential for fantastic events and concerts, but still abandoned...
One of the most beautiful building in the city of Subotica. Recently repaired, new paint job , completed outside walls and roof. The inside job is going on to present a unique building in whole Europe. I dont know if visiting the the inner part is open to the public but it is a great experience to visit the site... More
Beautiful Art Nouveau synanogue, one of the most beautiful I've ever seen. The interior is being renovated, we were not allowed to enter. Make sure you visit it even if you walk around it. I loved the tiny Art Nouveau house located within the yard of the building.
You instantly fall in love with this splendid Hungarian Art Nouveau synagogue. It is one of the finest surviving pieces of religious architecture in the Art Nouveau style. The synagogue is huge and beautifully decorated with colourful motifs; the painted glass windows are genuinely breathtaking. The whole building is in desperate need of refurbishing.
Ever since I was a child I had wanted to see the synagogue, because I could see it was beautiful under the dust, but it was always closed down - in general, or for repairs. I finally got to see the inside and it was more than I expected - I loved it, especially the big stained glass windows. I... More
In this building first of all concerts are organised nowadays Despite of the huge amount of "invested" money, the reconstruction is still not finished This building should be a real gem, a masterpiece of architecture, but it is quite neglected
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