The Gothenburg Synagogue (Swedish: Göteborgs synagoga) at Stora Nygatan, near Drottningtorget, Gothenburg, Sweden, was opened in 1855 according to the designs of the German architect August Krüger. The congregation is Conservative. The synagogue sanctuary has 300 seats.
Between 25-30% of the membership fees are used for security measures, as Jews risk attack from Middle Eastern, far-left and far-right extremists.
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