List of Synagogues in Romania - Bucharest


  • Synagogue of Calea Moşilor
  • Yeshua Tova Synagogue (Sinagoga Ieşua Tova, or Sinagoga Podul Mogoşoaiei), 1827
  • Great Synagogue (Bucharest), 1910 (today a museum)
  • Unirea Sfântă Synagogue, 1836 (hosting the Jewish Museum (Bucharest))
  • Templul Coral, 1866
  • Credinţa Temple, 1926
  • Chabad Lyubavitsh of Romania

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