Ezras Israel Synagogue

The selectable images and aerial photographs further below show facts related to Ezras Israel Synagogue. Ezras Izrael Synagogue, also known as the Wolynska shul for its location at ul. Wolczanska 6, was a synagogue in Łódź, Poland. It was built in 1899-1904 by Jewish merchants who had come to Łódź from Lithuania and Belarus. The architect was Gustaw Landau-Gutenteger. The synagogue was burnt down by Nazis on November 11, 1939.

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