Provided by: Bojan Nedok
Maribor SynagogueThe guide was updated:
Its purpose through time
Maribor's synagogue was first mentioned in the year 1429, but for sure it was built earlier on. Occasionally it served as the seat of the supreme rabbinate for Štajerska, which concludes that there was a Jewish community here. The synagogue was consecrated as Catholic Church and called All Saints in 1501. It was turned into and used as warehouse after 1785.
Next to the synagogue once stood the rabbi's house, a Talmud school and a graveyard, and down by the river Drava a ceremonial bathing place.
- Address: Židovska ulica 4, 2000 Maribor
- More Info: http://www.sinagogamaribor.si
- Opening hours: Monday-Friday: 8.00am-4.00pm; Saturday, Sunday and holidays: closed
- Tickets: 1.00 EUR/person
- Website: www.sinagogamaribor.si
- Phone: +386 (0)2 252 78 36, +386 (0)31 680 294
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org