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5784. Tammúz 8.

„Az Örökkévaló különböző hiteket adott nekünk, de csak egyetlen világot, hogy együtt éljünk benne” – Lord Jonathan Sacks, a Brit Nemzetközösség egykori főrabbija

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Rumbach
Synagogue

The Synagogue

Otto Wagner: the genius of architecture who was ahead of his time

The synagogue on Rumbach Street, handed over in 1873, was designed by Otto Wagner. The synagogue was built by the neologian community promoting religious modernization with equipment corresponding to the traditional liturgy.

In 1941, the Hungarian authorities converted it into an internment camp. In 1944, the building became part of the Pest ghetto. Sacred life ceased by the end of the 1950s.

After a complete renovation and restoration following decades of destruction, the synagogue reopened in 2021.

In addition to its traditional function as a community space, the building now hosts concerts, performances and events, and also serves as an external exhibition space for the Jewish Museum and Archives.

Current Programs

Occasion

It serves not only as a sacral function

However, the various spaces have been designed so that the synagogue can not only fulfill its religious function, but it is also possible to hold theatrical performances, concerts, literary evenings, podium talks, museum pedagogical sessions, but even workshops, PR and press events, conferences, protocol events in the most modern, XXI with the help of a technical tool park of the 19th century.

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CONTACT

If you have any questions about our organization or services

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info@rumbachzsinagoga.hu
1074 Budapest Rumbach Sebestyén street 11-13