Belgrade Synagogue was opened in the summer of 1926 and is located in downtown. Society of Belgrade Ashkenazi Jews bought the land for the construction of the synagogue from City Hall. It had originally honored Ashkenazi rituals of Belgrade Jews congregations who spoke Yiddish. Today, mostly members of the small community of Sephardic Jews who survived the Holocaust and remained living in Belgrade gather here.
Services are regular on Friday night, Saturday morning, and on Jewish holidays. In Belgrade, there is another synagogue in Zemun, but is not active.
Address: Marsala Birjuzova 19