Application includes 15 virtual 3D models of historic towns from Poland, Belarus and Ukraine
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Fifteen kilometres from the Malińsk train station on the route Rivne – Vilnius. A township, similar to other Jewish townships in the region – courtyards, streets and back alleys. A large synagogue and small Beth Midrashes [houses of learning] and on the other side, a large market in the middle.
Biłgoraj, Білгорай, בילגאריי
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Knyszyn - 1930's
Kock - קאצק
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Pidhaitsi was a clean and polished city. In its center was a large square paved with stone, known by the Jews as the marketplace. From there, wide streets extended out in both directions, one leading to the splendid Roman Catholic monastery and the other to the large Greek Catholic Church.
Wielkie Oczy, Beлиki Oчi, וויעלקאטשי
According to local legend, the name of the village—Wielkie Oczy meaning "Big Eyes" in Polish—was derived from two lakes that no longer exist and that looked from a neighboring hill like two big eyes with the first houses of Wielkie Oczy situated between them.
See 3D models of 14 wooden synagogues from Belarus, Poland and Ukraine