The Jewish Museum in Rendsburg was one of the first Jewish museums to be founded in Germany after World War 2. It provides an insight into the history of the Jews in Schleswig-Holstein, the Jewish religion and identity. Moreover, it exhibits the works of selected Jewish artists. The museum is housed in the oldest maintained synagogue in Schleswig-Holstein and is therefore not only an exhibition house, but also a historic architectural monument and memorial place.
© Stiftung Schleswig-Holsteinische Landesmuseen/Marcus Dewanger