Appendix 2

List of Synagogue Buildings Returned to Jewish Communities and Synagogues Functioning Today in the CIS

Please note: "Previously functioning" refers to a synagogue that was functioning before 1989 and, unless otherwise noted, is still functioning today. Hereafter abbreviated as PF.
CP = Community Property
UC = "For Use of the Community"

Russia

1. Astrakhan, Babushkina St., 28, Previously functioning, From 1994 community property.

2. Birobidzhan, Chapaev St., 5, PF.

3. Chelyabinsk, Pushkin St., 6b, 1992 returned "for use of the community.

4. Derbent. Tagi-zade St., 94, PF.

5. Irkutsk, Karl Liebknecht St., 23, PF, 2nd storey was a synagogue during the Soviet period, lstwas returned in 1991.

6. Kazan, Profsoyuznaya St., 15, 1996 returned UC, 7, Kostroma, Sennoy Lane, 16a, 1955 partially returned UC, 1998 CP.

8. Krasnoyarsk, Surikov St., 65, 1989 building was given UC in place of synagogue.

9. Kursk, Bolsheviki St., 3, 1946 CP.

10. Malakhovka (Moscow Prov.) Vtoroi Korenevsky Lane, 18, 1932 CP.

11. Makhachkala, Yermoshkin St., 111. PF. CP.

12. Moscow, Bolshaya Bronnaya St., 6, 1991 returned UC. 2000 CP.

13. Moscow, Bolshoy Spasoglinishchevsky Lane, 10, PF. UC, Dome was added in 2001.

14. Moscow, Marina Roshcha, Vtoroy Vysheslavtsev Lane, 5a. Was burned down in 1993, 1996 New synagogue built in its place.

15. Moscow. Marina Roshcha, Vtoroy Vysheslavtsev Lane, 5a, 2000 Habad Lubavich Community Center, CP.

16. Moscow. Holocaust Memorial Synagogue on Poklonnaya Gora. Pamyat Alley, 3e. Const, in 1998. CP.

17. Nalchik. Rabochaya St., 16, Const. in 1993. CP.

18. Nizhnii Novgorod, Gruzinskaya St., 5. 1991 UC.

19. Omsk, Marshal Zhukov St., 53, 1992 CP.

20. Omsk. Krasnye zory St., 51. Returned in 1991, subsequently sold by community.

21. Orenburg, Shevchenko St., 3. 1996 retumed UC.

22, Penza, Gorky St,, 52. 1991 UC, 1993 CP.

23. Perm, Bolshevistskaya St., 116. 1993 CP.

24. Pyatigorsk, Shosseinaya St., 27, Const. in 1990, CP.

25. Rostov-on-Don, Gazetnyi Lane., 18/68, 1991 CP.

26. Ryazan, Sverdlov St., 56, 2000 UC.

27. Saltykovka (Moscow Prov,), Zolotyprudnaya St., 25, Building bought by community in 1993.

28. Samara, Sadovaya St., 49, 1995 UC.

29. Samara, Chapaev St., 84b, 1992 returned UC. 1996 CP.

30. Saratov. Posadsky St., 208. 1946 CP.

31. St. Petersburg, Choral Synagogue, Lermontov Ave., 2. PF. UC.

32. St, Petersburg. Small Synagogue. Lermontov Ave., 2. PF. UC.

33. St. Petersburg. Griboyedov Canal Embankment, 140. 1996 UC.

34. Syzran. Kirov St., 44. 1998 returned UC.

35. Tomsk. Rosa Luxemburg St., 38. 2000 UC.

36. Tula. Moskovskaya St., 15. 2001 UC.

37. Tver. Pushkin St., 22. 2001 UC.

38. Tyumen. Kirov St., 44. 1993 CP.

39. Vladikavkaz. Tomaeva St., 8. 2000 UC.

40. Vladivostok. Praporshchik Komarov St., 19/2. 1998 UC.

41. Voronezh, Stankevich St., 6. 1998 UC.

42. Yaroslavl, Tchaikovsky St., 54, 1994 UC.

 

Ukraine

1. Belgorod Dnestrovsky, Izmail St., 32, 1993 CP.

2. Belgorod Dnestrovsky, Kirov St., 29, 1998 CP, 3, Bershad, Oktyabrskaya St., 25, PF.

4. Chernigov, Kotsubinsky St., 8. 1996 Building given to community in place of synagogue, 5, Chernovtsy. L, Kobylitsa St., 53. PF.

6, Chernovtsy. Maurice Thorez St., 102. 1993 authorities decided to return synagogue but the community refused.

7. Dnepropetrovsk, Sholom Aleichem St., 4, 1994 UC.

8, Dnepropetrovsk, Kotsubinsky St., 7, PF. UC.

9. Donetsk, Oktyabrskaya St., 34 -36. 1991 UC, Synagogue with additional structure. 1990 UC, 1998 CP.

10, Drogobych. P. Orlik St., 6, 1991 CP, At present - closed.

11, Evpatoria, Karaeva St., 7/a. 2001.

12. Evpatoriya, Karaimskaya St., 68, 1999 CP.

13. Evpatoriya, Prosmushkiny St., 34/27 -29. 1999 CP.

14, Ivano-Frankovsk, Strachennye St., 7, 1992 CP.

15. Izmail, Klushina St., 3. 2000 CP.

16. Kerch. Tsiolkovsky St., 6. 2000 CP.

17, Khelrkov, Pushkin St., 12b, 1990 UC.

18, Kherson. Gorky St., 27. 1990 UC.

19, Khmelnitsky, Pekarsky Lane, 2, 1992 UC 20. Khust, Nezavisimost Square, 11. 2000 CP.

21. Kiev. Shchekavitsky St., 29. 1945 UC.

22. Kiev, S, Rustaveli St., 13. 1997 returned.

23, Kirovograd, Dzherzhinsky St., 90/40, 1991 UC.

24. Kremenchug, Kvartalnaya St., 3. In 1992, after the authorities' decision to return the synagogue, it was set on fire. 1999 CP.

25. Kremenchug. Shevchenko St., 35, Building rented for use as a synagogue.

26. Lugansk. Khersonsky Tupik, 7, As above, 27, Lutsk, Khmelnitsky St., 6. 2001 returned.

28. Lvov. Bratya Mikhnovskie St., 4. 1989 returned.

29. Lvov. Ugolnaya St., 3, 1989 returned.

30, Melitopol, Dzherzhinsky St., 45, 1994 UC, 1997 CP.

31. Mukachevo, Beregovskaya St., 3.

32, Nikolaev, Karl Liebkhecht St., 13, 1991 UC. 1998 CP.

33, Nikolaev. Karl Liebknecht St., 13a. 1993 UC. 1998 CP.

34, Nikolaev. Karl Liebknecht St., 15, 1992 UC. 1998 CP.

35. Odessa. Evreiskaya St., 25. 1997 CP.

36, Odessa. Malaya Arnautskaya St., 46a, 1992 UC, 37, Odessa. Osipov St,, 21. 1993 given to community in place of destroyed synagogue.

38. Poltava. Parizhskaya Kommuna (Paris Commune) St., 18, Rented as a synagogue, 39. Rovno, Shkolnaya St,, 39. 1992 UC, 1999 CP.

40. Shepetovka, Linnik St., 2. 1992 UC.

41. Simferopol. Krasnoznamennaya St., 78. PF. CP.

42. Simferopol, Mironov St., 24, 1994 CP.

43. Simferopol. Sergeev-Tsensky St., 61, 1994 CP.

44. Slavuta, Sholom Aleichem St., 19. PF.

45. Sumy. Kooperativnaya St., 14, 1996 returned, 46, Uzhgorod, Mukachevo St,, 47, apt. 4.

47. Vinnitsa, Sobornaya St., 62, 1991 UC.

48. Zaporozh'e, Turgenev St., 22. 1994 returned.

49. Zhitomir, Malaya Berdichevskaya St., 7. 1992 CP.

 

Belarus

1. Gomel. Krasnoarmeyskaya St,, 1a, 1992 UC, 2000 bought by community.

2. Grodno, Bolshaya Troitskaya St., 59a. 1993 UC.

3. Minsk. Dauman St., 13b. 1994 a 3-building complex was given to the community in place of a synagogue, 1996 CP.

4. Minsk. Kropotkin St., 22. PF.

5. Molodechno. Vilenskaya St., 100. 2001 CP.

6. Pinsk. Irkutsko-Pinskaya Diviziya St., 12. 1995 UC.

7. Slonim. Shkolnaya St. 2000 UC.

8. Vitebsk. Pervaya Kolkhoznaya St., 4. 1989 CP.

9. Volozhin. Building of former yeshiva. Svoboda St., 5. 2000 CP.

 

Georgia

1. Akhaltsikhe. Guramishvili St., 95. 1995 returned. At present not functioning.

2. Akhaltsikhe. Guramishvili St., 109. PF. CP.

3. Batumi. Devyatoe marta (9th of March) St., 6. 1998 Closed. CP.

4. Batumi. Vazha Pshavela St., 33. 1992 CP.

5. Gori. K. Kasteli St., 25, PF. CP.

6. Kareli. Ierusalim St., 9. PF. CP.

7. Kutaisi, Gaponov St., 8. PF. UC.

8. Kutaisi. Gaponov St., 10. PF. UC.

9. Kutaisi. Gaponov St. 57 -59. PF. UC.

10. Oni. Vakhtang the 6'h St., 53. PF. CP.

11. Sachkere. Sovetskaya St., 167. At present not functioning.

12. Sukhumi. Karl Marx St,, 56. PF.

13. Surami. Internatsional St., 53. PF. CP.

14. Poti. lerusalim St., 9. PF. CP.

15. Tbilisi. Leselidze St., 47. PF. CP.

16. Tbilisi. Kozhevennyi Tupik, 13. PF. CP.

 

Moldova

1. Beltsy. Bessarabskaya St., 17. Originally built for another purpose, in 1988 building bought by the community for use as a synagogue.

2. Bendery. Suvorov St., 30. Originally built for another purpose. 1989 UC.

3. Kalarash. Aleksander sel Bun St., 161. 1996 authorities decided to return the synagogue but the community refused.

4. Kishinev. Diorditsa St., 5. 1999 authorities decided to return synagogue but the community still had to buy it, albeit not for a large sum.

5. Kishinev. Shchusev St., 5. 2000 bought by the Agudat Israel community.

6. Kishinev. Habad-Lubavich St., 8. PF. Bought by the Habad-Lubavich community.

7. Orgeev. V. Lupu St,, 62. Originally not a synagogue. 1989 UC.

8. Soroki. Tolstoy St., 14. 1970s UC.

9. Tiraspol. Gorky St., 29, Originally not a synagogue. 1996 bought by the Hesed Charity Society. At present - a synagogue.

10. Tiraspol. Kotovsky St., 14. 1994 CP. Used by the Hesed Charity Society.

 

Uzbekistan

1. Andizhan. Gorky St., 21. PF.

2. Bukhara. Tolstoy St. 38. PF.

3. Tashkent. Chkalov St., 9. PF.

4. Tashkent. Ashkenazi synagogue. Sapernaya St 15. PF.

5. Tashkent. Bukharan synagogue. Gorbunov St 26. PF.

 

Azerbaijan

1. Baku. D. Aliev St., 171. PF.

2. Baku. Sh. Badal-Beili St., 39. PF.

3. Kuhn. Located between 13 and 19 M. Gusein St. 1995 UC.

4. Kuhn. M. Gusein St., 26. PF.

5. Oguz. G. Atakishiev St., 11. 1991 returned.

 

Kirgyzstan

1. Bishkek. Suyumbaev St., 93. CP.

 

Kazakhstan

1. Alma-Aty. Tashkentskaya St., 48.


 

 

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