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Dohany Photograph - Dohany Synagogue In Budapest by Madeline Ellis

Dohany Synagogue In Budapest is a photograph by Madeline Ellis which was uploaded on May 25th, 2011.

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Wayne Moran, it is nice to know that you made this photo one of your favorites.

So wonderful.. my daughter was recently there and she loved it.

Madeline Ellis replied:

Wayne, thanks for your reaction to this photo. It is a very interesting trip for sure.

Such a beautiful synagogue, Madeline. LF

Madeline Ellis replied:

Your words are music to my heart. Thanks for the LF as well.

Great shot and description Madeline! L/F

Madeline Ellis replied:

Michal, I am so sorry it has taken me so long to say thanks. Thanks for your comment and L/F.

Marvellous building. Shabbat Shalom !

Madeline Ellis replied:

Irene, I am glad that you like this photo!!

Vadim, it is truly a beautiful synagogue. Thanks for your reaction to this photo.

Beautiful synagogue!

Madeline, This is lovely! I hope the tragic two years do not still define this incredible and important place of worship. I love your work! v/f

Madeline Ellis replied:

Thanks Steve and I agree with you. Thanks for your vote and it is nice to know that this photo is now one of your favorites.

Wonderful photo of our Synagogue! Love it! v/f

Madeline Ellis replied:

Klara, thanks so much!

Romy. I am deeply appreciative of your wonderful compliment. Thanks.

Wow! awesome capture of this historic place with perfect symmetry, color hues and illumination of lights. Love it. You are a very talented photographer.

Hideaki, thanks so much for your beautiful comment. I appreciate your support also.

Beautifully decorated building. You captured this historic Synagogue beautifully, Madeline! Thank you for your comment on my photograph. It encourages me a lot.

Andrea, thanks. When in the synagogue, I was overwhelmed by its' history.

Historically important.

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