In the Synagogue Beth-Hamidrasch complex, the Jewish community used to accommodate not only a place of worship, but also a school and various residential buildings. The outside of the building is decorated with Art Nouveau elements and a dome-shaped roof which originates from 1908. Unlike many other synagogues, it managed to survived the Nazi terror of the 1930s, only to be seriously damaged by Allied bombs during the war. It was completely rebuilt in 1948 and renovated in 1980.
Attractions & Landmarks, Religious
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