Sub-Saharan African Synagogue


Center for Jewish History

Center for Jewish History
New York, United States

Watercolor on paper, by Jay Waronker. Waronker is an architect and professor of architecture in the United States, educated at Cornell, Harvard, and the University of Michigan. His paintings and scholarship focus on the synagogues and Jewish architecture of the Indian subcontinent and sub-Saharan Africa, including synagogues found in Zimbabwe, South Africa, Mozambique, and Ethiopia.


  • Title: Sub-Saharan African Synagogue
  • Date: 2005

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