The Golden Century of Polish Jewry

"The wooden synagogue style developed between the mid-sixteenth to mid-seventeenth centuries, a time often referred to as the 'Golden Century of Polish Jewry'. It was a period of peace and prosperity for the Jews of modern-day Lithuania, Poland, Belarus and Ukraine at a time when they were residents of the vast former Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth." 


Wysokie Mazowieckie Sniadowo Warka Kornik Gombin
Wysokie Mazowieckie Synagogue
Sniadowo Synagogue
Warka Synagogue
Kornik Synaogue
Gombin Synagogue














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