Vienna's Synagogues

Vienna had a long and rich history of Jewish settlement and culture which started in the early Middle Ages. However this tradition was also interspersed with violent episodes of murder, expulsion and forced conversion from the 15th century through to the horrors of the Second World War.

The Jewish population in the city is slowly growing again - currently estimated at 15,000 - and the traditional and historic Jewish District of the city is centred around the City Temple area in the heart of Vienna. The City Temple is the only surviving synagogue from the war.

General information about current Jewish life in Vienna is available on the website of the IKG Vienna: www.ikg-wien.at

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Synagogues and Prayer Rooms in Vienna's Inner City and Leopoldstadt

City Temple
Seitenstettengasse 4
1010 Vienna
Tel: 01 531 04 111

Agudas Israel
Gr√ľnangergasse 1
1010 Vienna
Tel: 01 512 83 31

Agudas Yeshurun
Rabensteig 3
1010 Vienna
Tel: 01 532 79 99

Misrachi
Judenplatz 8
1010 Vienna
Tel: 01 535 64 60

Agudas Israel
Tempelgasse 3
1020 Vienna
Tel: 01 214 92 62

Beth Aharon
Rabbiner-Schneerson-Platz 1
1020 Vienna
Tel: 01 214 23 48

Beth Hamidrash Tora Etz Chayim
Grosse Schiffgasse 8
1020 Vienna
Tel: 01 216 36 99

Machsike Hadass
Grosse Mohrengasse 19
1020 Vienna
Tel: 01 214 13 47

Or Chadash
Robertgasse 2
1020 Vienna
Tel: 01 967 13 29
Website: www.orchadasch.at (D, E)

Ohel Moshe
Lilienbrunngasse 19
1020 Vienna
Tel: 01 216 88 64

Sephardic Centre
Tempelgasse 7
1020 Vienna
Tel: 01 276 44 68

Blumauergasse Synagogue
Blumauergasse 10
1020 Vienna
Tel: 01 334 18 18-13

Map of Synagogues

The different synagogues and prayer rooms and contact information for them are shown on the map below. You can zoom in or out or move in all directions by using the controls at the bottom while the buttons on the top left switch between a traditional map view or a satellite view.