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Synagogue
Szeged

The new synagogue and the head office of Jewish community could plan Lipót Baumhorn based on a contest of design. The building operation began in the August of 1907 and ended by October. We can recognise nearly all architectural styles in this monumental 48,5 meter (158,5 feet) tall moorish-art nouveau building, its insertion by sprandrels, the rib-like wall above the organ is Gothic, the columns holding the galleries are Roman.

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送信日: 13/02/2009
更新日: 15/02/2012
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