Last synagogue standing

After a century of Nazi and Soviet oppression, one synagogue remains in the Ukrainian city Ivano-Frankivsk.

By BENJAMIN SPIER
December 12, 2010 16:11

 
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The Ukrainian city Ivano-Frankivsk was home to 50,000 Jews and 56 synaogues before World War I.

Now, one synagogue is left, having survived Nazi and Soviet oppression.

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