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A Glimpse at The Vinohrady Synagogue Thanks to Modern Technology

Header Image by Max Stetina

Many of us have walked down Sázavská street past the large yellow building that today is a school, however few of us know that before the Allied bombing of Prague on February 14, 1945 there used to stand there one of Prague’s synagogues.

Unfortunately, the building did not receive the effort it needed to be restored shortly after the bombs fell, in large part due to German occupying forces refusing the fires to be put out in a timely manner.

However, thanks to 3D artists Max Stetina, we can now get a glimpse of what the impressive structure would have looked like in its original location.

 

 

For all the pictures as well as a short video you can visit Max Stetina pages on ArtStation HERE