Vyborg Synagogue was the synagogue of the Jewish community in Vyborg. It was completed in 1910 as the town was a part of Grand Duchy of Finland. Vyborg Synagogue was one of the three synagogues ever built in Finland.
Drawing by Gerhard Sohlberg, 1905
|Status||air bombed in 1939|
|Architect(s)||Gerhard Sohlberg, Viktor Riihelä|
Original design was made by Finnish architect Gerhard Sohlberg in 1905 and the synagogue was built in 1909–1910 after some modifications by construction engineer Viktor Riihelä. It was completely destroyed by Soviet air bombings on the first day of Winter War, 30 November 1939.
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