The Polnische Schul (Pronunciation: [ˈpɔlnɪʃə] ['ʃuːl], Polish: Synagoga Polska w Wiedniu, English: "Polish synagogue") was a synagogue in Leopoldsgasse, Vienna.
It was built by the noted architect Wilhelm Stiassny in 1892. It was built specifically for the Polish Jewish community in the late 19th century. The Polnische Schul was destroyed during the Reichskristallnacht in 1938. Today a modern building stands there with a Tafel.
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