Interior of the Synagogue of Larissa

Historical Data:  This is the only remaining synagogue (of seven) that survived World War II.  It was built in the 19th century.  It suffered serious damages during the war and its interior was totally restored after 1945.

Area/Capacity:   300 sq. m./ 400 persons

Actual Condition:  It was recently restored and it is maintained in a very good state by the Jewish Community of Larissa.

Necessary Restoration Works:  The synagogue requires installation of heating system and gernal preservation works as well.

Estimated Cost:   4 million drs. ($11,000 US)

[For information about the Cemetery of Larissa, see this page.]
last updated:  5/10/00

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