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View looking northeast at the southwest corner of the synagogue at Chroazin. In the center of the image the reconstructed southern wall of the building is visible along with two of the three doors. On the far right the reconstructed gable is resting on the ground.
On the left, the west wall is visible and above it some of the reconstructed columns.
The synagogue was built some time during the 4th-6th century.
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