Central Synagogue was built
at the end of the 19th cent. Using the Moorish style
according to the plan of the Austrian architect Ludwig
Förster. While Budapest was under siege during
the World War II the building was hit on 27 occasions.
After the war it received only partial renovation, which
started in 1991 and are still in progress.
the iron-framed building which
was built at the end of the 19th century, is one of the
most interesting examples of eclectic architecture. The
ornate facade and the corner towers with their ceramic
roofs are an attractive feature of the Market Hall.