Marta Wojtkowska

Marta Wojtkowska

Posted on 07/18/2013


Photo taken on July 12, 2013



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The Tykocin Synagogue was built in 1642.
It is part of the Museum of Jewish Culture in Tykocin now.

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Manfred Jochum
Manfred Jochum
Very good to see the 370 year old building survived the destructions of WW II and of the nazis.
Very mystical place - your photo underlines that perfectly.
5 years ago.
Dreak
Dreak
świetny podział kadru, nastrój oraz mistycyzm o którym wspomniał Manfred. Podoba się
5 years ago.
Anna Anastasio
Anna Anastasio
Wonderful!
5 years ago.
RobbeK
RobbeK
Beautiful series Marta !
Did many synagogues survive the war ??
5 years ago.
Marta Wojtkowska
Marta Wojtkowska

Thank you :)

Actually most of synagogues in Poland survived the war. It was only after the war when their decline began because Holocaust destroyed the communities caring for them. These old, sturdy stone building managed to await their restoration but most of smaller wooden perished.
5 years ago.