Euroregion Elbe/Labe

Dečín Synagogue

Nejseverněji položená synagoga v Čechách

The synagogue was built between 1905 and 1907 by the Bodenbach Jewish community in Art Nouveau style with Moorish elements. The community had been collecting the necessary funds since 1892. It is the only Jewish building in the region that survived the Kristallnacht pogrom in 1938 and the period of socialism.

After 1989, the Jewish community restructured itself and has owned the synagogue again since 1994. The building was extensively renovated starting in 1997. Today Jewish services are celebrated there again. On the lower floor of the building there are several rooms that are used by the community, but also a broad non-Jewish public, for events such as concerts or exhibitions.

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Žižkova 4
40502 Děčín


Tel: +420 412 531 095



Opening hours

Guided tours can be arranged by calling +420 412 531 095.

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Admission free of charge. Donations for the further reconstruction of the synagogue are welcome.


special exhibitions

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