The museum and information centre houses exhibits including Torahs and scrolls which were excavated as late as 1989 during the restoration phase.
The New Synagogue (Neue Synagoge), along with the Jewish Museum and the Holocaust memorial is one of Berlin's most significant Jewish landmarks.
Built in 1866, to seat 3200 people as the largest Jewish place of worship in Germany, the Neue Synagogue was literally a symbol of the thriving Jewish community.
The New Synagogue on Oranienburger Straße was the main synagogue of the Berlin Jewish community.
An important architectural monument of late 19th century Berlin, it is now home to the Centrum Judaicum.
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