The Celle synagogue, built in 1740, and damaged on Kristallnacht, was reclaimed in 1945 by Hassidic survivors of the nearby concentration camp of Bergen-Belsen. The Celle Synagogue is one of Germany’s oldest; it was magnificently restored in 1974, and its museum is open five days a week.
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