Synagogue in Solotvin

Community: 
Building type: 
Synagogue
Denomination: 
Ashkenazi
Address: 
Solotvin, near the central square, 1, Kotliarevskogo St.
Date built: 
1910
Direction Axis: 
East <~> West
Torah ark: 
Women's section: 
First floor above the vestibule
Material: 
Brick
Architect: 
unknown
Architectural Style: 
History: 

The preserved synagogue in Solotvin was apparently built in the late 19th century. Today it is used as a storage.

A protruding on the eastern façade indicated the interior placement of the Torah ark. The division of windows into an eastern prayer hall and western vestibule with women's section above it is preserved. The original interior is completely lost.

On June 14, 1903, a service for the victims of the Kishinev pogrom was held in the town's synagogue. It was accompanied by a choir of the students from the Baron Hirsch school. The school's director, Händler, gave a speech, comparing the recent pogrom with the Khmelnitsky massacre of the seventeenth century (Die Welt, no. 26, 26 June 1903, p. 9).

Condition: 

exists, used as storage

Researched by: 
Vladimir Levin
Reseach date: 
2009

First Synagogue in Halich

Community: 
Building type: 
Synagogue
Denomination: 
Ashkenazi
Material: 
Brick
Architectural Style: 
Condition: 

preserved, used as office space

Researched by: 
Vladimir Levin
Reseach date: 
2009

Second Synagogue in Halich

Community: 
Building type: 
Synagogue
Denomination: 
Ashkenazi
Material: 
Brick
Architectural Style: 
Condition: 

preserved, used as office space

Researched by: 
Vladimir Levin
Reseach date: 
2009

Wooden Synagogue in Solotvin

Community: 
Building type: 
Synagogue
Denomination: 
Ashkenazi
Material: 
Wood
Architect: 
unknown
Architectural Style: 
History: 

It was burned down during the World War II (interview IF_Sol_09_19).

Condition: 

Does not exist.

Researched by: 
Alex Valdman
Reseach date: 
2010

First Synagogue in Bolshovtsy

Community: 
Building type: 
Synagogue
Denomination: 
Ashkenazi
Material: 
Brick
Architectural Style: 
Condition: 

Was rebuilt as a culture house (interview IF_Bilshivtsy_09_Boris).

Researched by: 
Vladimir Levin

Second Synagogue in Bolshovtsy

Building type: 
Synagogue
Denomination: 
Ashkenazi
Material: 
Brick
Architectural Style: 
Condition: 

Was demolished during after the World War II (interview IF_Bilshivtsy_09_Boris).

Researched by: 
Vladimir Levin