Zgrada Srpsko-jevrejske crkvene opštine aškenaskog obreda u Beogradu
Building of the Serbian-Jewish religious community of Ashkenazi rite in Belgrade
AuthorsMarković, Ivan R.
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Ovde je prikazan istorijat projektovanja i izgradnje Beogradske sinagoge aškenaskog obreda u prvoj deceniji posle završetka Prvog svetskog rata. Posebna pažnja obraćena je arhitektonskoj analizi objekta.
During the history of Jews in Belgrade, starting with the 10th century, there has been a continued need to build a temple that would additionally enhance the position of the Jewish population in the region. The social and geopolitical developments in the Balkans during the 19th century had significant effects on Serbia and its state sovereignty after the Berlin Congress in 1878, which also resulted in strong impacts on the position of the Jewish population in a state recently liberated from the Turkish rule. The parallel flows of Sephardic and Ashkenazi Jews in the period between the two world wars in Belgrade were finally strengthened by the building of representative synagogues of which only the Ashkenazi synagogue has been preserved until the present times. This synagogue, built-in 1929 as the Serbian-Jewish religious community of Ashkenazi denomination, according to the design of the architect Franjo Urban, is currently among the last remaining examples of architecture of religious... character in Belgrade intended for the Jews.
Keywords:Franjo Urban, arhitekta / aškenaska sinagoga (Beograd) / Milan Šlang (1897-1941), arhitekta / Srpsko-jevrejska crkvena opština aškenaskog obreda, Beograd / Ashkenazi synagogue, Belgrade / arhitektura - Jevreji / architecture - Jews
Source:Zbornik 9 : Studije, arhivska i memoarska građa, Jevrejski istorijski muzej - Beograd = Jewish studies 9 : Studies, archival and memorial materials, Jewish historical museum - Belgrade, 2009, 9, 353-373
- Beograd : Savez jevrejskih opština Jugoslavije [Federation of Jewish Communitues in Jugoslavia]