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Day trip to Erfurt

Event for Members of Friends of the Museum

Erfurt was a unique center of medieval culture. In our excursion there, we will take a look at the numerous local artifacts and sites of Jewish historical and contemporary life.

Dr. Maria Stürzebecher, the City of Erfurt’s Commissioner for UNESCO World Cultural Heritage and an expert on Erfurt’s Jewish history, will guide us through the Old Synagogue, where we will learn fascinating details about the construction and usage history of central Europe’s oldest fully intact synagogue, the Erfurt Treasure, and the Erfurt Hebrew Manuscripts. On a group walking tour of the city, we will make our way through the former Jewish quarter and take a closer look at the small synagogue as a special local highlight.

Old Synagogue in Erfurt

The Old Synagogue on Waagegasse in Erfurt, Thuringia, Germany; via Wikimedia, photo: Heinrich Stürzl

Where, when, what?

  • Meeting point 8 am, Berlin Central Station

    Cost 73 €

    Number of participants Up to 20

    Deadline to register 14 November 2019

    Registration Phone: +49 (0)30 25 993 436
    Phone: +49 (0)30 25 993 550

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