Choral synagogue on Pylimo street, Vilnius | World Religions: Judaism
Until the Second World War, there were some 220,000 Jews in Lithuania. Some 95 percent of Lithuanian Jews, however, were murdered by the Nazis and today the Jewish population numbers only around 4,000 out of a population of 3.4 million.
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