Synagogue and jewish cemetery

The most important architectural monument of the Lendava Jewish community, which reflects its historical destiny, social role and culture. The Lendava Synagogue, originally built in 1866, is the only one in Slovenia besides the Maribor Synagogue.

A simple but beautiful one-storey monolithic building on an almost square base is covered by a four-pitched roof, and the façade is divided only by pilasters and a concave wreath under the roof.

The Jewish cemetery is located in Dolga vas. The Lendava synagogue and the Jewish cemetery are part of the story of the Jews who flourished in the 19th century.