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Some history of the Chabad Óbudai
Obuda synagogue is the oldest in Hungary. Built in 1820, designed by architecht Andreas Landesherr in the French Empire style, it was closed after the Holocaust and later in the 1960s, it was converted to state-run televsion studios.

In 2010 it was returned to the Jewish Community who renovated it in a short time and service began Rosh Hashana 5770.

Synagogue, Shul
 
Chabad Óbudai 
Arizal

Address:
Lajos utca 163 - Budapest
Open:
daily
Opening Hours:
Monday-Friday: 6:30 am.
Friday: 6 pm in the winter, 7 pm in the summer.
Shabbat: 10 am.
Responsible:
Rabbi Slomó Köves; Email:
Map of Chabad Óbudai

Photo of Chabad Óbudai

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