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The Colmar Synagogue was built between 1839 and 1842 and inaugurated September 15, 1843. It is built in a Romanesque Revival style and is listed as an historic monument since July 1984. With a length of 33 meters and 20 meters wide, it is the seat...more
Built in 1832-1849 this synagogue served the big Jewish community at that time . The Jews were expelled in the 16 century and came back to Colmar after the French Revolution.the synagogue was renovated in 1885 and another building was annexed in 1936 . Uniquely...More
We went to visit but the Synagogue was closed. The building is impressive from the outside and a sign on the door stated to make an appointment for entry. We did not have the time to go but I think it would be worth a...More
The synagogue may be opened during prayer times but if you are there at other times - the Shule is closed. It's a short walk from the main drag sites and a good photo op to see that there was once Jewish life in Colmar.
This synagogue was not demolished by the Nazis since they used it for storage during WWII. The interior is beautiful but we were there on Shabbat so could not take photos. The service was very traditional and there were well over 100 people there.
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Sanseiya68, Responsable relations clients at Synagogue of Colmar, responded to this reviewResponded 4 January 2016