Cetate Synagogue


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Cetate Synagogue

In 1864, when Timisoara was part of the Austro-Hungarian empire, the Jews of the empire were emancipated and in the same year, they were granted the right to build this impressive synagogue. It was turned into the Romanian Jewish History Museum years later.

Do & See

Timisoara offers many historical sites, cathedrals, churches and museums, as well as a vibrant nightlife and some amazing nature, being known as "the city of flowers". The city is best explored by foot in order to enjoy as much as possible the great architecture which can be found at every corner.