Medical College in Bender (Jewish hospital in the past)
A Jewish hospital was built by an entrepreneur Itskhok Nisenboim in 1889.
A polyclinic, a pharmacy, a nursing home for 40-50 beds, a shelter for the Jewish community and a synagogue of doctors and paramedics operated within it.
The building stands out for its strict classical proportions, respect for symmetries and decor. The central entrance is framed with pilasters, window openings are decorated with geometric patterns, arched window openings. The building is surrounded by an openwork forged lattice, which is in harmony with the facade of the building.