Judiska Forsamlingen I Stockholm, Stockholm

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The Great Synagogue of Stockholm is located on a small street called Wahrendorffsgatan, close to the park Kungsträdgården on Norrmalm, Stockholm. It was built 1867-1870 according to designs made in 1862 by the architect Fredrik Wilhelm Scholander. The building has been called a "paraphrase over Oriental motifs", and it is listed in the Swedish registry of national historical buildings. It was preceded by an earlier synagogue at Tyska Brunnsplan in the Stockholm Old Town, used 1790-1870, and services were held in an even earlier location on Köpmanbrinken near Köpmantorget in the Old town 1787-1790.The Judiska biblioteket, the Jewish Community Library, is located beneath the Great Synagogue of Stockholm. Its multilingual collection consists of books in Swedish, German, English, French, Hebrew, and other languages. It includes the library of Rabbi Marcus Ehrenpreis, who was Chief Rabbi of Sweden from 1914 to 1951. The Library also hosts occasional exhibits, such as the 2007 exhibit of the Friedrich Kellner World War II diary which chronicles the years of the Third Reich and the Holocaust of European Jewry. Our Stockholm trip planner makes visiting Judiska Forsamlingen I Stockholm and other Stockholm attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • The building is so beautiful, it has great vibes in a peaceful street. Belle exemple de tolérance spirituelle. 
    The building is so beautiful, it has great vibes in a peaceful street. Belle exemple de tolérance spirituelle.  more »
  • Completed in 1870, the Great Synagogue of Stockholm was built at the same time as many other “Great Synagogues” in other European capitals. They were built in neo-moorish or neo-Assyrian... 
    Completed in 1870, the Great Synagogue of Stockholm was built at the same time as many other “Great Synagogues” in other European capitals. They were built in neo-moorish or neo-Assyrian...  more »
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