New Synagogue (Opole)

The selectable images and aerial photographs on this page present information about New Synagogue (Opole). New Synagogue was a synagogue in Oppeln, Germany (today Opole, Poland). It was built in 1893-1897, designed by Felix Henry. During the Kristallnacht on 9–10 November 1938 Nazis forced Rabbi Hans Hirschberg to setting the building on fire.

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