Museum of Jewish Culture - presents Jewish material and spiritual culture
Exhibition is permanently located in the Zsigray Mansion in Bratislava. Collections and exhibitions present objects of everyday life, documents and objects of visual art and documentation of Holocaust in Slovakia.
Chatam Sofer Memorial - Rabbi Moshe Schrieber
Strictly Orthodox rabbi who established a yeshiva (an institute for the study of the Talmud and other Jewish texts) in Bratislava in 1806.
The present unique underground memorial conforms to the demanding requirements of Halakhah (Jewish law) while also being a striking piece of modern architecture.
Status Quo Synagogue in Trnava - Center of Contemporary Art
The synagogue was in 1897 for the Status Quo Jewish community and designed by architect Jakob Gartner who specialized in synagogues.
Today the building is used as the Center for Contemporary Art of Jan Koniarek Gallery in Trnava. It also houses a Judaica exhibition in the women’s gallery.
A Holocaust memorial designed by the architect Artur Szalatnai-Slatinsky stands in front of the entrance.
Sered Holocaust Museum - Former labour and concentration camp
Represents an authentic location that is linked to the tragic era of the "solution of the Jewish question" in Slovakia during World War II. The museum exhibits period documents, photographs, and items related to the persecution of Jews in Slovakia.
The museum also serves as a memorial to murdered Slovak Jews.
Komarno-Menhaz - Religious and cultural complex
Today still the center of Jewish religious and cultural life in Komarno. Menhaz is complex built in 1896, that comprises the former Jewish old age buildings and synagogue.
It is a single-story, L-shaped neo-Gothic complex with unplastered brick facades. The synagogue at the northern rear side of the Menhaz has a charming Gothic interior with its original furniture and highly decorative cast-iron tie bars.
A Holocaust monument with a memorial book of victims from Komarno stands at the northern wall. Visitors should not miss visiting the small exhibition of Komarno Jewish history located in the Jewish community office.
Orthodox Synagogue in Nove Zamky
The Orthodox synagogue survived the World War II intact and is still used as a Jewish house of worship. Located on the site of the historic town fortifications, the synagogue forms part of a Jewish communal compound.
The original interior has been preserved, with the bimah placed strictly in the center and the women's gallery supported by cast-iron columns along three sides of the sanctuary.
Spis castle UNESCO World Heritage - partly restored medieval castle
The Spis Castle in eastern Slovakia is one of the largest castles in Central Europe. Slovak National Museum presents various collections in its premises.
Orthodox Synagogue in Presov
The synagogue is a part of Jewish communal institutions in Presov. The richly decorated interiors with fully preserved inventory are considered the most attractive Jewish monuments in Slovakia. The building is still used as a prayer room.
Memorial and Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau - UNESCO World Heritage
The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum is a memorial and museum in Oswiecim (Poland), which includes the German concentration camps Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau. It is devoted to the memory of the murders in both camps during World War II.
The area covers 191 hectares, twenty of them in camp Auschwitz I and 171 in camp Auschwitz II.