Vizhnitz Synagogue in Oradea

The Vizhnitz (Moskovits) Synagogue in Oradea is a Hasidic synagogue probably built in 1900. The brick building was constructed in the style of the Hungarian Secession. The former synagogue is now a club.

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Great Temple in Oradea

The Great Temple in Oradea is an Orthodox synagogue built in 1890 by architects Ferencz Knapp and Nándor Bách. It was restored between 2009 and 2017. This Neo-Moorish brick building still serves as a synagogue.

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Calvinist Reformed Church

The Calvinist reformed church was built in the Baroque style between 1784 and 1787. Part of the historical region of Transylvania, Oradea is a stronghold of Calvinism, which is practiced by more than 13% of the population, making it the city's second largest denomination after Orthodoxy.