This synagogue is located in a Jewish cemetery in Chisinau, the Moldovan capital. It is in fact the largest Jewish cemetery in Europe. It is partly active, so it is very easy to enter. The same goes for the synagogue which can be easily found while strolling through the cemetery. It dates from the end of the 19th century. I don’t usually give as much information about a place but this one is known so the title of the photo was enough to find it.

It’s a beautiful ruin as I like them with colors, textures and above all, a good hole in the roof which allowed the vegetation to return. Small detail that is important, the two stars of David on what was the main door clearly illustrate the fact that we are in a synagogue.