Europe - synagogues and people (1890-1930)
Maciejów, Maciejów, 1781Decoration was a work of Ezechiel son of Moise from Sokal. The interior was redesigned in 20th century. Demolished during the WWII.
Sokal, Jewish quarterSave for some thirty Jews who had managed to survive in hideouts and in the nearby forests, Sokal was "Judenrein", its entire Jewish population, which had numbered about 6,000 before the war, having been killed, or deported to the death camp of Belzec. http://danielabraham.net/tree/places/sokal/