Tsori Gilod Synagogue or the modern - " Bais Aaron ve Israel" ("The House of Aaron and Israel").
In 1897 the building was erected in neo-baroque style as a prayer house by Moses Gryfel and during the interwar period it was transformed into a synagogue by Albert Kornblut.
The interior of the synagogue has preserved a unique painting by Mykhailo Kuhel.
The building was not damaged during World War II, but was used as a storage during the Soviet occupation.
The building was returned to the Jewish community "Bais Aaron ve Israel" in 1989.