Synagogue Rykestraße

Synagogue Rykestraße

Prenzlauer Berg
  • Neighborhood
  • Architecture
  • Cultural & Historical

This synagogue is a true survivor: built at the turn of the last century by Joseph Hoeneger, it is a handsome brick structure that served a Jewish community interested in New Style services, with organ music and hymns in German. It survived the Nazis' Kristallnacht because it was surrounded by residences, only suffering minor interior vandalism. Slowly restored by the East Germans, it was finally reopened in 2007. It can be visited daily for Schacharit. 

Rykestraße 53, Berlin, Germany

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