One of the Oldest Synagogues in Europe Finally Restored

Ljubljana, 23 July - The synagogue in Maribor, one of the three oldest Jewish sacral buildings in Europe, has recently been renovated by the City of Maribor and the Slovene Ministry of Culture as a monument of outstanding cultural value. and opened to the public in May recently The former church - which was opened to the public last May - serves as an exhibition area and concert venue, but is soon expected to become a centre of Jewish cultural heritage, a news reports says.

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