Subotica Synagogue, designed in 1901 Hungarian Art Nouveau style according to the plans of the architects Komor and Jakab, is the second largest synagogue in Europe.
Designated as a Monument of Culture in 1974, two years later, after the danger of collapsing of the dome, a series of interventions were carried out to protect the building. At the same way, on the following decades took place a series of works that culminate with the last major restoration, in the first decade of the 21st century, financed mainly by Hungarian and Serbian governments. The synagogue, classified as a Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance since 1990, re-opened to the public on March 2018.
Architects:Marcell Komor and Dezső Jakab
Trg Jakaba i Komora
Autonomna Pokrajina Vojvodina