Vallée de la Bruche
Alsace - Massif des Vosges - France

Old Synagogue

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© OTVB Former synagogue of Schirmeck
Nearest station: Schirmeck

A stone's throw away, the synagogue built in 1906 to the plans of architects David Falk and Émile Wolf bears witness to the presence of a large Jewish community until the middle of the 2th century. Recently renovated on the outside, the building's plan is centered on its side entrance door, leaving room, on its street façade, for a large thermal window serving as a frame for the law tables. Guided tours of the synagogue by appointment, in the summer season: Friday afternoons from July to August, 2 Wednesdays in July and XNUMX Wednesdays in August. See the map

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