Uzhgorod Synagogue was built as a Jewish choral synagogue of the Ashkenazi orthodox community in Uzhgorod. It was designed by architects Gyula Papp and Ferenc Szabolcs in Neo-Moorish style, which intertwines Byzantine and Arab-Moroccan motifs. It opened in 1904.

Currently, the building is used by the Transcarpathian Regional Philharmonic Society, founded in 1946. In 1974, one of the best stage organs in Ukraine was installed here. It has three keyboards and 2,250 pipes. Some of the most famous musicians and bands still perform concerts here.