Lučenec | Slovakia | 2015
The Lučenec Synagogue is a Art Nouveau synagogue in southern Slovakia. It was built in 1924–1926 at the place of a run-down synagogue from 1863. Its interior was destroyed during World War II. Due to lack of finances, the building was decaying until 2015, when the city started with its renovation thanks to a European Union grant. The synagogue is used as a multicultural center.
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MINIB participated in this renovation by supplying approximately 20 T80 floor convector with ventilators.
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