Scolanova Synagogue

The Scolanova Synagogue is a medieval synagogue in Trani, Italy. It was built as a synagogue in the 13th century, confiscated by the church during a wave of antisemitism around the year 1380, and converted for use as a church known as Santa Maria in Scolanova.

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is a Roman Catholic cathedral dedicated to Saint Nicholas the Pilgrim in , , south-eastern Italy. is situated 280 metres north of Scolanova Synagogue. Photo: Marcok, CC BY-SA 2.5.

Railway station
Trani is a railway station in the town of , in the , . is situated 770 metres south of Scolanova Synagogue. Photo: Istvánka, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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is a seaport of , in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, 40 kilometres by railway west-northwest of . Photo: Tommytrani, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a south town in the province of , in . Photo: Tango7174, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Scolanova Synagogue

41.2797° or 41° 16' 47.1" north
16.4178° or 16° 25' 3.9" east
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Also Known As

  • Czech: Synagoga Scolanova
  • Dutch: Scolanova Synagogue
  • French: Synagogue de Trani
  • French: synagogue de Trani
  • Hebrew: בית הכנסת סקולנובה
  • Italian: Chiesa di Santa Maria Scolanova
  • Italian: Sinagoga Scolanova di Trani
  • Italian: sinagoga Scolanova
  • Sinagoga Scolanova

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