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Only Synagogue Saved in Galician Town Fire

July 17, 1928
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Almost the entire Jewish population of the town Lesznow, near Brodny, remained roofless as the result of a fire which swept over the locality Saturday night.

The only building saved was the 300 year old synagogue, which is known for its architectural beauty.

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