Rozalimas Synagogue is an extant wooden Jewish synagogue in Rozalimas, S. Neries street. Itw was built at the end of the 19th based on the local architecture of that time. The synagogue is wooden with historicist style. Inside men and women were se[arated by a carved wooden barrier. During World War II, when the Germans occupied the town, the synagogue was used as a shed for cattle, and after the war it was abandoned. The building of the synagogue has survived to this day, but some of the walls have been cut or forged with windows and doors. The interior of the synagogue is completely destroyed. Rozalimas Town Synagogue is one of the few remaining wooden synagogues in Lithuania.