Heidelberg and the Neckar Valley Sights

Synagogueplatz

  • Corner of Lauerstr. and Grosse Mantelg. Map It
  • Heidelberg
  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

Published 04/26/2016

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The site of the former Heidelberg Synagogue, built in 1877 and burned down in 1938, is now a memorial to the local Jewish population lost in World War II, their names listed on a bronze plaque on an adjoining building. On this residential corner, 12 stone blocks represent the synagogue's pews and the 12 tribes of Israel.

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Corner of Lauerstr. and Grosse Mantelg., Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, 69117, Germany

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Published 04/26/2016

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