One of the most beautiful Jewish museums in Germany is in this tiny village in Saxony-Anhalt, located halfway between Halle and Magdeburg, southwest of Berlin. Jews lived in Gröbzig from 1660 until 1941. In 1982, an ambitious project was begun to restore the former synagogue, cantor’s house and Jewish school, and the Gröbzig Synagogue Museum opened in 1988. The lovely museum has exhibits of Judaica and Jewish history and is a particularly important learning center for German youth.
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