Teaching and Learning – Synagogues and Talmud Schools in Fürth
Sunday 13.03. / 2 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Meeting Place: Jewish Museum Franconia
€ 6,- / 4,- discounted / Visit to the permanent exhibition included
Registration until Friday, 3 pm: besucherservice(at)juedisches-museum.org
What did Jewish everyday life in Fürth look like in the past and what is special about Jewish Fürth? For centuries Fürth was considered the Jewish centre in southern Germany. As a place of teaching and learning, Fürth was known and respected since the 18th century.
„Fjorda“ provided a home for many Jewish families who lived here or came here. Especially the synagogues which were located not far from todays Königstraße, were important places assembly, prayer and learning together. What is visible today and what do we know about it? Where do Jews pray in Fürth today? Join us on a tour through Fürth´s old town and let’s get talking at significant places that make up Jewish life of yesterday and today.
Organiser: Jüdisches Museum Franken