German-Speaking Jewry: Synagogues and Public Buildings through the Centuries

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New York City, USA, 1982. Booklet, 15 pp., cover illustration only, 21.7 × 17.5 cm. English.


Leo Baeck Institute (25 February–30 September 1982)


A largely graphic and photographic exhibition showing how Jewish communities in Germany and Austro-Hungary designed their synagogues and public buildings in accordance with local conditions, requirements, and, most significantly, popular architectural styles. Sections on the Alsatian region, Berlin, Breslau, Buchau, Cluj (Klausenburg), Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg, Kassel and Prague. Descriptive entries. 42 items.

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Czech RepublicPaintings, synagoguesPrints, synagoguesSynagogues, AlsaceSynagogues, architectural plansSynagogues, AustriaSynagogues, BerlinSynagogues, Frankfurt am MainSynagogues, GermanySynagogues, HamburgSynagogues, HungarySynagogues, KasselSynagogues, PragueSynagogues, Wrocław/Breslau

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