Vilnius 5

My fifth visit to Vilnius in as many years. The Jerusalem of Lithuania!

Some images of the Choral Synagogue which around the corner from my hotel, The Conti.

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Choral Synagogue, Vilnius

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Choral Synagogue of Vilnius
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Basic information
Location LithuaniaVilnius’ Old TownLithuania
Affiliation Judaism
Status In use
Architectural description
Architect(s) Dovydas Rosenhauzas
Completed 1903
The Choral Synagogue of Vilnius (LithuanianVilniaus choralinė sinagoga) is the only synagogue in Vilnius that is still in use. The other synagogues were destroyed during World War II, when Lithuania was occupied by Nazi Germany.

The Choral Synagogue of Vilnius was built in 1903.[1]

The synagogue is built in a RomanesqueMoorish style.[2]

It is the only active synagogue that survived both the Holocaust and Soviet rule in this city that once had over 100 synagogues.[1]International donations and a small community of Jews in Vilnius support the synagogue. The synagogue holds services and is open to visitors.[2]

My first visit to the Vilnius Jewish Public Library which was most interesting. I met its director:

Žilvinas Beliauskas <>

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Video of Arcadius & Batya


Vilnius Jewish Public Library

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The Green House and Sugihara



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Trip Advisor – Green House

Professor Dovid Katz at his home. A most delightful evening with an unforgettable icon!



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Video of Dov Katz

I met with renowned historian and guide: Ilya Lempertas


Facebook: Ilya Lempertas