Housed in what was once a Jewish Residence built in 1702 hence the Mikevh & Sukkah, this fascinating museum tells the history of the Jewish Community in Furth , one of 3 Jewish Museums in the Franconia Jewish Museum of Southern Bavaria , all being located near to Nuremberg.
The Director is an American who saw the benefit of having most of the information in all the rooms translated into English.
Objects from daily life,rituals.documents & videos give a great understanding of the time.
When I visited, a large exhibition of illustrations by Jewish children/teenagers from the area gave their impressions of then & now of buildings & life.
A fascinating insight.
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