Jacob Glanzer Synagogue Interior, Vuhilna Street, Lviv, Ukraine, 2016

Pigment print on archival paper, printed by David Kaufman

During the Soviet era, in 1962, the synagogue was stripped of all its furnishing and valuables and turned into a sports club. In 1991, the building once again was returned to the Jewish community but later suffered significant water damage.

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