I find it kind of cool and terribly impressive that full buildings can be moved from one place to another.
This happened last Friday here in Austin, as the B’nai Abraham Synagogue was moved from Brenham to Austin. This is the oldest synagogue in the state, or at least the oldest in continuous use, if you believe Wikipedia. It was built in 1893. It will now be the only orthodox synagogue in Austin.
I stopped by looking to take my mom to eat Kosher BBQ (they were sold out so the review will have to wait).
Here’s some additional reading in The New York Times and Austin Monthly.