The only one synagogue in Warszawa that survived World War II.
The synagogue, founded by Ryfka and Zelman Nożyk, was completed in 1902. The Nozyk Synagogue is quite unique in its kind.
During the World War II the Germans used it for storage. It was rebuilt in´70 and now is open to the service.
It is situated close to Plac Grzybowski, right behind the Jewish Theatre.