10 - Preserved synagogue of Zalman and Rywka Nożyk

It was established at the beginning of the 20th century by Zalman and Rywka Nożyk. The synagogue was designed in the Neo-Renaissance style by Leandr Marconi. Before the war, it was one of the five largest synagogues in Warsaw. It is worth mentioning that it operated during the war and was open to the faithful. Although it was partially destroyed during the Warsaw Uprising, its structure has survived to this day. After the war, it was restored. Thanks to the efforts of the Religious Community, it was possible to recover the relics stolen during the war, which we can see today. These include the velvet canopy and the 18th-century menorah.

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