The Golden Rose synagogue 
was built 150 years ago in Dnipro, in former times called Yeketerinoslav/Jekaterinoslaw/Екатериносла́в. In 1924 the building was used as a workers' club and a warehouse and above the portice a seal of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was located in place of the Magen David. In 1996 the building was returned to the Jewish community. In 1999 started the reconstruction, designed by a local Jewish architect, A. Dolnik. Frank Meisler, an Israeli artist, designed the foyer, the prayer hall and the Holy Ark.
The Jewish community had plans to build a Jewish community center with Museum called "Tkumah" (rebirth) adjacent to the synagogue that will also house a library, soup kitchen, classrooms and offices. In October, 2012 such multifunctional center was opened under the name Menorah center.[1]

The Menorah center (UkrainianЦентр "Менора"RussianЦентр "Менора") is a cultural and business center of the Jewish community in Dnipro in Eastern Ukraine. Some sources declare it to be the biggest multifunctional Jewish community center in Europe[1] or in the world.[2] The heart of the complex is the historic Golden Rose central synagogue, built in the 19th century.
Общий вид на центр «Менора»
Šiemet Rugsėjo 23-čiąją su šiuo 
žydu šitaip kalbėjausi, rusiškai (pradėjau angliškai, bet jis pats, pasisakęs, kad yra iš Lvovo, pasiūlė kalbėt rusiškai):

- Вы собираетесь переселиться на Украину*? 

- Кто? 

- Евреи. 

- Нет. 

- А почему самый большой в мире еврейский центр там, на Украине, построили - в Днепропетровске? 

Посмотрел внимательно он на меня и сказал: 

- Шальные деньги были - вот и построили.

Nežinojo apie "Tkumah"?

Здание центра расположено по адресу: Украинаг. Днепр, ул. Шолом-Алейхема, 4/26.

* Zelensky win makes Ukraine 1st country outside Israel with Jewish PM, president

Marvels one columnist: ‘Imagine, a pure-blooded Jew with the appearance of a Sholom Aleichem protagonist wins by a landslide in a country that glorifies Nazi criminals’

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