Kippenheim - Synagogue
Kippenheim - Synagogue ©Gemeinde Kippenheim (Schillinger-Teschner)

"Germany for the Jewish Traveler"


The villages of Kippenheim and Schmieheim were home to Jews from the mid-17th century until 1940. The Kippenheim Synagogue was torched on Kristallnacht and spent fifty years as a prison and a warehouse. Its renovated exterior was dedicated as a Cultural Landmark of the State of Baden-Württemberg. The interior of the synagogue was completely restored and is used for exhibits, concerts and events. The Schmieheim Jewish Cemetery is one of Germany’s oldest.


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