This route is an integral part of the large-scale project „European Jewish Heritage Routes“ as a „The council of Europe Great Cultural Routes“. Mission of this project us to connect the most important monuments of Jewish culture with the purpose to ensure well advertisement and it´s integration into the cultural and tourist offers of Slovakia. Nowadays this route includes 25 monuments, former synagogues as Baroque synagogue in Svätý Jur, neo-Classical synagogues in Huncovce, Šarišské Lúky, Šaštín-Stráže and Liptovský Mikuláš, Nine-bay synagogues had been preserved in Stupava and Bardejov. Once fashionable Moorish style, represent the synagogues of Malacky (architect Wilhelm Stiassny), Vrbové and Prešov. Leading architect of art nouveau synagogues Leopold (Lipót) Baumhorn designed synagogues in Nitra and Lučenec, and restored synagogue in Liptovský Mikuláš. Valuable art nouveau synagogue stands also in Trenčín. Synagogues in Bratislava , Košice and Žilina were constructed in the interwar period.
Part of the route are also exbihitions of the Museum of Jewish Culture, 3 parts of our UNESCO Heritage Sites and 3 Jewish cemeteries. In city Košice – valuable grouping of Jewish monuments and as a foregone prior to Holocaust represents broad spectrum of Jewish religious streams. There had been reserved communal buildings of former Hassidic, Orthodox, Neolog and Status Quo Ante congregations, some of them with original invetory.



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