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Jewish Museum

Merano (Meran)
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Jewish Museum

Merano (Meran)

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Informationen zu Jewish Museum

The synagogue, documents, and religious objects bear witness to the significance of the Jewish community that was founded in Meran (Merano) at the end of the 19th cen. It brought various infrastructures to life: in 1871, the Jewish cemetery; in 1893, the sanatorium for impoverished Jews with tuberculosis; and in 1901, the synagogue and kosher hotels. From the end of the 19th cen. through the 1930s, the activities of the Jewish community were accompanied by increasing Jewish tourism. Thanks to its cultural ties with Vienna and Central Europe, important spiritual impulses and renowned personalities were brought to Meran, enhancing its reputation as an international health resort.

Business hours

Tue–Wed 3–6 pm
Thu–Fri 9–12
Closed Sat, Sun, Mon
and on Jewish holidays

Entry fees

  • free admission

The Jewish Museum in Merano illustrates the life of the Jewish community.

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