The former synagogue in Slavonice, a small town in the southern Czech Republic on the Austrian border, is for sale by the city — the sale is advertised on the town’s web site, which has a link to a real estate site with details.
The synagogue, with a simple facade marked by false pilasters, was built in 1895 and has long been used as a residential building, divided into apartments. Nothing remains of the original interior.
It is located in the heart of the town’s historic center, which features a beautiful Renaissance arcaded square and other historic buildings. The real estate site lists the asking price for the synagogue as 1,290,000 Czech crowns (approx €49,000).