Moscow

Holocaust Memorial Synagogue

  Kutuzovsky pr. 53      (+7) 499 148 19 07     more than a year ago
The Holocaust Memorial Synagogue is a synagogue located on Poklonnaya Hill in Moscow’s Victory Park. It was built in 1998 to complement an Orthodox church and a mosque that are also part of the outdoor museum dedicated to the Soviet victory in World War II.
The building of the Temple of the Memory on Poklonnaya Gora, a flat hill in the West of Moscow, between the Setun River and another hill, was constructed and opened on September 1998 in then president Boris Yeltsin's presence.
The architect in charge of the Temple of Memory was Moshe Zarhy (Zarhy Architects) from Israel. In the Holocaust Memorial Synagogue there is a hall with a balcony, offices for the rabbi and a library. The building is also used as a museum and a venue for an exhibition about the history of the Jewish people and the Holocaust
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Open 10:00 - 17:00, Fri 10:00 - 15:00, Sun 11:00 - 17:00. Closed Mon, Sat.

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