The Synagogue

Ancienne synagogue de Schirmeck

A few meters away, the Synagogue, built in 1906 according to blueprints by architects David Falk and Emile Wolf, bears witness to the presence of a sizable Jewish community up until the mid-20th century. The building's exterior has recently been renovated. It was built on a centered floor plan with its main entrance over to the side, leaving room on the street-side façade for a huge thermal window framing the Tables of the Law.

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  • Distance to the nearest station (km) : 0,3

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