Polish Town Officials Restore Sixteenth-century Synagogue
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Polish Town Officials Restore Sixteenth-century Synagogue

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Authorities of Leshko, a Polish town in the Carpathians, have restored the town’s sixteenth century synagogue in every detail, it was reported here today from Warsaw. There are no Jews now in Leshko.

They also have restored a number of historically significant tombstones in the Jewish cemetery. Both the synagogue and the cemetery have been designated as historical monuments. Restoration of the synagogue was accomplished by Polish architects from drawings and descriptions.

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