Jewish synagogue in Breclav
|The Synagogue was build in 1868 and in 1888 it was renovated by Max Fleischer, a renowned Viennese architect, in a Neo-Roman syle, using Moorish elements in the interior.|
In the years 1997-1999 the Synagogue underwent complete reconstruction and is now used for cultural and social purposes. In addition to housing a standing display of local Jewish history and the town of Břeclav, it also serves as a gallery of fine arts, concert hall and venue for numerous other events. It belongs to Town museum and galery Břeclav.
|Opening Hours:||daily except monday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.|
|Tourist season:||January - December|
|Ticket Sale:||Entry: basic 30,- CZK, children under 6 years free|