Category:Synagoge Siegmunds Hof

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Deutsch: Die Synagoge Siegmunds Hof, Berlin-Hansaviertel, ließ 1924 die Israelitische Synagogen-Gemeinde Adass Jisroel in einem 1886 erbauten ehem. Atelierhaus einrichten. Das ehem. Atelierhaus, Siegmunds Hof 11, nunmehr Gemeindezentrum und die darin befindliche Synagoge blieben vom Novemberpogrom verschont. Die Synagoge wurde aber, wie andere verbliebene Synagogen Berlins, 1941 auf Gestapo-Befehl geschlossen. 1943 wurde der Bau im Luftkrieg zerstört. Vor dem Grundstück Siegmunds Hof 11 stehen zwei Mahnmale von 1986 und 1998, die an das Gemeindezentrum erinnern.
English: The Siegmunds Hof Synagogue, Hansaviertel, Berlin, Germany, was established by the then Orthodox Jewish congregation «Israelitische Synagogen-Gemeinde Adass Jisroel zu Berlin» as its second place of worship in a former atelier building of 1886. The atelier building had been converted into a Jewish community centre between 1924 and 1926, with the synagogue opened in 1924, and a school opened 2 years later. The community centre was luckily spared from the destructions in the night of the November Pogrom in 1938. So the synagogue remained in usage until the Gestapo order its closure in 1941. In 1943 the building was destroyed by Allied air raids, its rubble removed in the 1950s. Two memorials of 1986 and 1998 in front of the former site of the community centre commemorate the place.

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