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The Great Synagogue of Vilna which once stood at the end of Jewish Street (I-2), Vilna, Lithuania, was built between 1630-1633 after permission was granted to construct a synagogue from stone. Standing on the spot of an existing synagogue built in 1572, the site had first been used to house a Jewish house of prayer in 1440.
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