The building, where some 90 Jewish townsfolk were executed during World War II, is being offered for 65,000 euros (,000) by a Moldovan owner who said “he wasn’t aware of its history.” The owner did not wish to give his name, and asked that this journalist not take photos inside the crumbling synagogue or in the yard, which he currently rents out for approximately 0 per month to a car junkyard.Get The Times of Israel's Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up The small street where the synagogue stands was renamed “Holocaust Street” in 2003 in memory of the people who were executed inside the synagogue, said Iurii Zagorcea, a former city councilor from the Socialist Party who was behind the name change, along with his school administrator wife, Tatiana.
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A small plaque bearing the name Holocaust Street hangs right on the wall of the former synagogue.