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The Roonstrasse Synagogue has a Jewish community centre and an exhibition of items associated with Cologne Jewry which has been in the city since atleast 321 AD.
The Roonstrasse Synagogue has a Jewish community centre and an exhibition of items associated with Cologne Jewry which has been in the city since atleast 321 AD. Noted for its neo-Romanesque architecture, it was rebuilt in 1959 after the Nazis destroyed the original 19th century building in 1938.
Roonstraße 50, 50674 Köln, Germany
+49 221 9215600
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