The New Synagogue is a jewel in the rich architectural heritage of Szeged. It was designed, in Eclectic style, by the renowned Hungarian synagogue architect, Lipót Baumhorn. It is the second largest synagogue in the country. Szeged was home to intellectual leaders of the Hungarian Jewish Reform movement such as Leopold Löw and Immanuel Löw. Both the interior design of the synagogue and the garden around it stand witness to their greatness. The exceptionally ornate stained glass windows were designed by Manó Róth, brother of Miksa Róth. Walk around the building and learn about the past and the present of the Jewish community of Secessionist Szeged.