The book reveals there was no overriding architectural style for synagogues during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The Plauen synagogue, for example, is pure Bauhaus. An essay on religious architecture says this stylistic issue was an enduring problem – building in Middle Eastern styles set Jewish congregations apart, but ...
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