New Synagogue (Opole)
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|New Synagogue in Oppeln (Opole)|
Neue Synagoge Oppeln
Nowa Synagoga w Opolu
|Ecclesiastical or organizational status||Demolished in 1938|
New Synagogue was a synagogue in Oppeln, Germany (today Opole, Poland). It was built in 1893–1897, designed by Felix Henry. During the Kristallnacht on 9–10 November 1938 Nazis forced Rabbi Hans Hirschberg to set the building on fire.
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