Die Herrenstraße 14 in Memmingen, in der Jakob Feibelmann seit Ende der 1920er Jahre mit seiner Familie wohnte, o.D. © Amira Korin, Herzliya, Israel
Temporary exhibition Feibel­­mann must go.

An Anti-Semitic Episode in Small-town Swabia

A Traveling Exhibition of the Jewish Museum Augsburg Swabia in Cooperation with the Network of Historical Synagogue Sites in Bavarian Swabia
Zirbelnuss über dem Eingang der Augsburger Synagoge
Event Euro­pean Day of Jewish Culture 2023
Der diesjährige Europäische Tag der jüdischen Kultur steht unter dem Motto »Memory – Erinnerung« und bietet freien Eintritt und ein vielfältiges Programm an beiden Museumsstandorten
Post A major milestone for the renovation of Augsburg’s synagogue
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The Jewish Museum Augsburg Swabia is a place where aspects of migration, integration, homeland and culture are discussed from a Jewish perspective and where it is shown that diversity is neither a threat nor a selling point, but simply a normality.

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