Brody Great Synagogue

The Great Synagogue in Brody was constructed of stone in 1742. In May 1859 the synagogue suffered in a great fire which destroyed most of Brody. The building was renovated in the mid-1960s and was shortly used as a storeroom. In 1991 there was an attempted restoration which was not implemented. The building is no longer in use.

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