Lisbon Synagogue.

Lisbon Synagogue.

The synagogue of the refugees from Lisbon was constructed in the early 16th century. In 1917 it was damaged, but not too seriously, as in the following months it housed many of those the fire had left homeless. It was later demolished so that the new city plan could be implemented. A new synagogue by the same name operated until 1943 at 74 Vassilissis Olgas Street.