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Synagogenarchitektur in Deutschland vom Barock zum ‘Neuen Bauen’. Dokumentation zur Ausstellung

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Translated title Synagogue Architecture in Germany from the Baroque to the “New Building” Movement. Documentation of the Exhibition
Editors

Aliza Cohen-Mushlin, Harmen Thies.

Sponsors

Center for Jewish Art—The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Department of Baugeschichte, University of Braunschweig.

Imprint

Braunschweig, Germany, 2000. 104 pp., illustrations: 178 b&w, 29.5 × 21 cm. German, with English introduction.

ISBN

3980254186

Location

Technische Universität Braunschweig (May 2000)

Description

Detailed reconstructions of synagogues and mikva’ot in Lower Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Saxony, and Thüringen. Second edition catalog, with introductions by Bezalel Narkiss, Aliza Cohen-Mushlin, and Harmen Thies. 7 essays address German synagogue architecture in various periods. Each synagogue presented with descriptions, historical photographs, architectural plans, and models. 28 synagogues.

Description

The exhibition and catalog were the results of three collaborative projects, begun in 1994, between the Department of Baugeschichte of the University of Braunschweig and the Center for Jewish Art at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

main keywords

GERMANYLOWER SAXONYMIKVAHPHOTOGRAPHSSAXONYSAXONY-ANHALTSYNAGOGUESSYNAGOGUES, ARCHITECTURAL PLANSSYNAGOGUES, ARCHITECTURESYNAGOGUES, DOCUMENTATION OFSYNAGOGUES, MODELS/RECONSTRUCTIONSTHÜRINGEN

minor keywords

Prints, synagoguesSynagogues, GermanySynagogues, Lower SaxonySynagogues, SaxonySynagogues, Saxony-AnhaltSynagogues, Thüringen

Other venues

Görlitz; Dresden; Seesen; Halberstadt; Wolfenbüttel; Begegnungsstätte Alte Synagoge Wuppertal, Germany (19 October–30 November 2008)

Catalog from other venue

#1963 (Wuppertal, third, expanded edition)

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