Kiel – City center
Kiel – City center ©DZT (O. Franke)

"Germany for the Jewish Traveler"


The first synagogue in Kiel was built in 1869. The “new” synagogue opened in 1910 and was destroyed on Kristallnacht. Today, memorials commemorate the former synagogues. The Old Jewish Cemetery is located in the Michelsenstrasse. A new Synagogue and Jewish Community Center were founded in 1998. An 18th century Jewish cemetery, an operating mikveh, and a new Jewish Community Center are located in Bad Segeberg. The community center also offers regular services at a synagogue and kosher cuisine.


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