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Conegliano Synagogue - Point Cloud Laser scan: Adam Havkin, scan the City Project
The synagogue, which is now used by Italian Jews in Jerusalem dates back to the 16th century, where it was originally used by the congregation of Conegliano Veneto, a village located between Padua and Venice. After WW2 and the demise of the community it was transferred and rebuilt in Jerusalem, where it is now the highlight of the Museum of the Italian Jewish Art.