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Color plates scanned and captions translated by Madeleine Isenberg

[Color Plate 1]

The “Judengasse” (Jewish Street) in Bratislava, painting by Paul Kovats

[Color Plate 2]

Synagogue Interior in Liptovsky Svaty Mikulas


Ceiling Detail of Velka Bytca Synagogue
Photographed Post WW II

[Color Plate 3]

Ark Curtain in Zilina's Synagogue, 1894   Synagogue in Stupava


Vrbove's Synagogue, After Reconstruction of its Facade, Post WW II

[Color Plate 2]

A “Mizrach”, a plaque with the image of the wonder rabbi, Rabbi Yaakov Koppel, in Dolny Kubin


Tombstones in the Bardejov Cemetery


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