Munich Jewish: München City Guide, Bayern, Oktoberfest, Schloss Neuschwanstein, Dachau

  • Jewish Life in Munich

    Since 2006 the stunning new Synagogue Ohel Jakov marks one of the most interesting modern buildings in the center of the city. On November 9th 1938, the “Reichskristallnacht”, a former Ohel Jakov Synagogue had been destroyed. But Jewish life, having had a great impact on Munich’s development for centuries returned after the Shoa and found a new home. The Synagogue, the Jewish Community Center and the Munich Jewish Museum form a thriving entity close to the Municipal City Museum.
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