The Synagogue, with the seat of Jewish municipality and school, is in 11 Jevrejska St. All three buildings – designed by a Hungarian Art-Nouveau architect Lipót Baumhorn in 1909 – make up a harmonic architectural ensemble. High above the Synagogue's main gate one can still read the semicircular inscription taken from the Book of Isaiah 56:7 '...for my house will be called a house of prayer for all nations...'. Postcards dating from before the WWII testify that the inscription had been more detailed, and that some of its parts must have been removed – most probably during the occupation (1941-1944). Due to its outstandingly acoustic interior, this magnificent building is one of the most popular concert halls in the city today.