One of the major sights of Osnabrück is the striking Felix Nussbaum House, exhibiting the works of an Osnabrück Jewish artist, who died in Auschwitz. Designed by Daniel Libeskind the museum combines Nussbaum’s art with architecture that resonates the lows-and-highs of the German Jewish saga. On Kristallnacht the synagogue was destroyed and Jewish stores and homes were looted and torched. Osnabrück’s Jewish community was revived in 1945 and a Synagogue and Jewish Community Center opened in 1969.
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