Celle – Old town
Celle – Old town ©DZT (Fotografie Fischer, J. A.)

"Germany for the Jewish Traveler"


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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