New content between old walls
Alytus Jewish sinagoga was built in 1911. It is beautiful brick-built building designed in Saint-Petersbourg manner, having very colorful and rich history. During soviet occupation the building was used as salt warehouse, so it is severely damaged from inside.
Sinagoga is very important for our city, because most of pre-war buildings in Alytus were wooden and were lost during WW2, so sinagoga is very important part of our architectural history and we would like to return it to public life.
Description of Projectidea
We would like to turn old building of Jewish sinagoga into public space for cultural needs and hope that project will help us to find the best idea to make the derelict building into attraction centre for citizens and tourists. In the future it could become a success example for other projects.
Consortium of partners, already involved
Nobody still is involved.
Partners sought to complete the consortium
We are looking for project co-ordinator, research company, etc. or other project to join with our idea.
Cultural heritage as a driver for sustainable growth (a) Heritage-led urban regeneration (IA)
Master of science Ingrida Leskeviciene
Alytus city municipality administration
Phone: +370 315 55131; +370 315 55106
Organisation: societal stakeholder (local authority, hospital, school, NGO)
Dr Audrius Zvikas
Research Council of Lithuania
Telephone:+370 5 2105335