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Jewish Alsatian Museum

The Jewish Alsatian Museum, located in an ancient synagogue that was severely damaged by the Nazis, introduces the visitor to the world of the Alsatian Jews who lived for centuries in villages in the Alsace region. History, customs, language, religious studies, relation to non Jewish population, synagogue architecture, Jewish tombstones, emigration, important personalities, all these aspects will be shown to the visitor, using up to date technologies. In addition to the permanent collection, the museum presents temporary exhibitions that change twice a year.