Szeged synagogue seen from the bottom during the end of the afternoon. Designed by Lipot Baumhorn, it is a symbol of the Central European judaism and

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Szeged synagogue seen from the bottom during the end of the afternoon. Designed by Lipot Baumhorn, it is a symbol of the Central European judaism and a landmark of Szeged Picture of Szeged Synagogue, also known as Szegedi Zsinagoga, in the beginning of the evening. The Szeged Synagogue is a synagogue in Szeged, Hungary designed by the Jewish Hungarian architect Lipot Baumhorn, which is considered to contain the finest examples of the Hungarian mix of Art Nouveau and Historicist styles, also known as Magyar style
Location: Szeged