The World Monuments Fund has provided grants totaling $235,000 for the repair, maintenance or preservation of three synagogues and one former yeshiva, according to this JTA newsbrief.
The Choral Synagogue (1903), the only functioning synagogue in the Vilnius, Lithuania received $70,000.
Subotica, Serbia's Art Nouveau synagogue which has been undergoing sporadic renovation for many years, received $75,000.
Recently restored to Jewish ownership, the 17th-century Zamosc, Poland synagogue received $75,000.
Volozhin, Belarus: WMF also granted $15,000 for assessing conditions and conservation planning for the former yeshiva building - founded in 1803 - and considered the progenitor of Eastern Europe's yeshiva system.
These grants were provided through the fund's annual Jewish Heritage Program awards.
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