Since 1998 the virtual reconstruction of former synagogues serves the regaining and reliving of the lost cultural heritage of Jewish communities before and during the time of National Socialism. The research includes a variety of digitally reconstructed prayer houses in the present territory of Poland, of Slovakia, of Serbia, of the Czech Republic, of Hungary, of Ukraine and of Austria. The current master thesis fits seamlessly into this oeuvre and is expected to deliver a valuable contribution to the reconstruction of Jewish history in Burgenland. Known as a member of the 'Seven communities' or 'Sheva Kehillot' since their 'protective reign' under the patronage of Estherházy and Batthyány in the 17th century, Lackenbach seems to be one of these with the most fragmented story because of its decimated and 'lost' municipal documents. The virtual reconstruction is based on the gathering of all available evidence and testimonies, and should not only allow the reliving of the temple, but also shed light on the colorful history of its visitors.