German plaque describing its fate on Kristallnacht
Dedicated in 1866, its facade has Moorish qualities.
You can see the writing in Hebrew
Detail of one of the doors
A timeline of the synagogue
How the synagogue looked during reconstruction (top) and after Allied bombing destroyed its dome (below)
These are the fragments of the basin where hands were washed before touching the Torah
The Torah, and behind it a photograph of the synagogue in its glory.
Here is what the photograph depicts looks like today. You can see the back of the synagogue in black far back across the empty courtyard.
These are the piece of the pulpit they found in the rubble
One of the windows, with some of its fragments restored, others are missing.