Worms Synagogue Worms, Germany 1175; rebuilt 1961
Before World War II, Worms had one of the oldest Jewish communities in Germany. Today it is home to a rebuilt Romanesque synagogue, a medieval underground mikveh and a Jewish museum.
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- Worms SynagogueAlte SynagogeMen's SynagogueOld SynagogueWormser Synagoge
- 49.633625° N, 8.366309° E
- Synagogenplatz, Hintere Judengasse67547
Days Out in Worms and MondorfPosted February 10, 2008 by Holly Hayes Part of: Winter in Germany
We have had a busy last few days and boy am I tuckered out. But we have had some glorious sunny weather lately and we have really been enjoying it. Thursday: Worms On Thursday we went to Worms - great name for a city, although in German it's pronounced "vorms." It's a two-hour drive south along the Rhine River, not far…
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