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Laufersweiler’s Synagogue. Mosel. Rhein. Between 1825 to 1840 the first synagogue was built in Laufersweiler. In 1839 a great fire in the village completely burned down the synagogue. In 1844 a new synagogue was built.

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Mosel

Rhein

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Between 1825 to 1840 the first synagogue was built in Laufersweiler.

  • In 1839 a great fire in the village completely burned down the synagogue.
in 1844 a new synagogue was built
In 1844 a new synagogue was built
  • it included cowshed, room for studying for boys and girls, a flat for the teacher and a Mikwe in the cellar.

First floor:

kitchen

Living room

entrance hall

Cowshed

living room

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Second Floor:

Two small rooms

Girl’s Room

Barn

Boy’s Room

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The synagogue had enough place for 150 seats, but due to the growing community over the years and lack of maintenance it was closed in 1908. Conservation and expansion were not an option because of the high costs.

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In 1910 a new synagogue was built.Architect: Nikolaus Elz Hirschfeld.Style: Moorish-Arches and half rounded windows.
destruction of the building
Destruction of the building:
  • In November 1938, during the ‘Crystal Night’ the interior was completely vandalized by SA members and local Nazis.
  • The ‘Star of David’ was hammered down.
  • The building wasn’t burned.
june 1955
June 1955:
  • The building was sold to the civil community .
  • The original architecture was completely changed.
1986 conservation began
1986-conservation began:

The inscription:

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