Gwozdziec Synagogue Roof

Tablet Magazine - Hands on Synagogue

architectural preservationists, master timber framers, art students, and other volunteers gathered in Sanok, Poland, to help recreate the roof and inner cupola of the Gwozdziec Synagogue. The synagogue, which was built in the 17th and 18th centuries and destroyed during World War II, is considered one of the finest examples of wooden synagogue architecture of its time.

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85%-scale Polish synagogue roof reconstruction for museum. 16,000 bd.ft.

Project Details

  • Location Sanok and Warsaw, Poland
  • Year 2013
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