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The one-time synagogue at the edge of a Lidl parking lot is seen surrounded by other communist-style buildings in Malacky, Slovakia on June 14, 2010.  The town's mayor tells a tall tale about how the local Jewish community disappeared after the local rabbi couldn't afford to feed his 12 children and committed suicide, causing the remaining Jews to move to Bratislava rather than being forced into concentration camps or into hiding during the Second World War.