Category:Former synagogue Erste Brunnenstrasse Hamburg

English: The synagogue Tempel in Hamburg, located in a courtyard with access to Erste Brunnenstrasse between its houses number 10 and 11, close to southerly Klefekerstraße (itself now the western end of today's Michaelisstraße, whose eastern southerly pivoted section used to be then 'Kleine Michaelisstraße', while its westerly prolonged course, the 'Große Michaelisstraße' is no more a street, but a public green space; all the three south of Alter Steinweg and Großneumarkt). The Tempel (about at and behind today's No. 24, Michaelisstraße) was built by the Neuer Israelitischer Tempelverein in 1818 and served the reform congregation until 1844, when the new Tempel on Poolstraße was dedicated.
<nowiki>Israelitischer Tempel Erste Brunnenstraße; Former synagogue Erste Brunnenstrasse Hamburg; Reformsynagoge des 1817 gegründeten liberalen Neuen Israelitischen Tempel-Vereins in Hamburg</nowiki>
Former synagogue Erste Brunnenstrasse Hamburg 
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