2022 World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development - The Synagogue - Set
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Mostar Synagogue is a national monument of BiH. According to the archival records from 1570, the first Jewish settlers in Mostar were Sephardic Jews exiled from Spain, Daniel Rodriguez, and Moshe Kohen. The Ashkenazi arrived in the 19th century and together with the earlier Jewish settlers created the joint Jewish denominational municipality, as the first such community in Europe. The Synagogue in Mostar existed as early as the 1889, converted from a building that was previously used for storing hay. Because of the lack of space there was a need to build a larger building, so a Construction committee was established, with David Kohn, David Frommer and L. Rosenfeld as members.