The Estonian Jewish community marked the beginning of the construction of a new synagogue in the capital of Tallinn. Estonia is the only member of the European Union without a proper synagogue; the current synagogue in Tallinn is housed in a converted room of the Jewish community center. Previous synagogues were destroyed during World War II and were never reconstructed.
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