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Category:Óbuda Synagogue

English: Synagogue – The first Óbuda synagogue was built around 1732. Present temple was built between 1820 and 1821, in Classicist style to designs by András Landherr. A curiosity of the interior was its asymmetric form, as a result of which it was reckoned a “stumpy basilica”. The interior created in Art Nouveau style in 1900. It functioned as a synagogue until the late 1960s, then it was used by the Hungarian TV as a studio. Since 2010 it has been used in accordance with its original purpose. Source: Obuda tourism (PDF) - 163 Lajos Street, Budapest District III
Magyar: Óbudai Zsinagóga. Műemlék épület. A klasszicista zsinagógát Landherr András tervei alapján 1820–1821 között építették egy korábbi zsinagóga helyére. Az 1960-as évektől az épületben az MTV stúdiója mûködött. 2010 óta ismét szertartásokat tartanak benne. - Budapest, III. kerület, Óbuda városrész, Lajos utca 163., Árpád fejedelem útja 108., Tél utca


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This is a category about a monument in Hungary, Identifier:
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Object location47° 32′ 13.19″ N, 19° 02′ 45.35″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth - Proximityramainfo Edit coordinates on Wikidata (discrepancy of 9 meters between the above coordinates and the ones stored on Wikidata)
Óbuda Synagogue 
Synagogue in Budapest, Hungary
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LocationBudapest, Central Hungary, Hungary
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47° 32′ 12.84″ N, 19° 02′ 44.88″ E

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