Known as the only rural Synagogue in the country it was well known in the Jewish community. Many would visit to enjoy the quiet environment and spend their holidays in the area. The Synagogue was build early in the 20th-century. It remained peacefully in service until the start of World War II.
After the war, some of the seven hundred people who used to live in the area returned. But the community never grew to its former size. The Synagogue remained in service until the mid-nineties. At that time the condition of the building wasn't in great shape. The process of decay got worse when it eventually got abandoned.
Luckily there is still hope for the Synagogue. A decade later it got recognized as a cultural heritage and plans were made to restore it to its original condition.