My Visit To
|October 6, 1999: Bialystok to Suwalki
As you can see from the size of the synagogue, Sejny, a small town near the Lithuanian border, used to have a large Jewish population. The building survived the war largely because the Germans used it as a fire station. It now serves as a multi-cultural center for the town sort of a museum, art gallery, and theater rolled up into one facility.
[ Tykocin | Trzcianne | Grajewo ]
[ Augustow | Sejny | Wigry Monastery ]
[ Suwalki: Hotel Dom Nauczyciela ]
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