Sfântu Gheorghe also had a ghetto during the war in which its community members and those in the county of Trei Scaune and the southern portion of Miercurea Ciuc county were held before being relocated to Reghin and eventually deported to Auschwitz. The synagogue was torn down in 1971 and storage garages were erected on the site. The only reminder of the once majestic, two-towered synagogue is one section of brick wall bearing a last lingering remnant of stucco and chipped paint. The former community centre located adjacent to the plot of land is currently being used as a textile factory. Countless other synagogues of the area, including ones in Blaj, Teiuș, Miercurea Ciuc and Odorheiu Secuiesc plus many others were also torn down during the course of post-war urban development measures.