There are many Jews living in Frankfurt. The Jewish Alley Museum introduces the history of the Jewish quarter and some Jewish life traditions.
The Jewish Museum gave the Jews of Central Europe the opportunity to celebrate their heritage, and it has an important educational significance in the history of Prague. Since its establishment in 1906, the museum has escaped the Nazi occupation and the collapse of communism. It displays Jewish art from Central Europe and also holds various exhibitions in Prague’s historical sites, such as the Old Jewish Cemetery, Messer Synagogue, Jewish Memorial and Spanish Synagogue.
In the long history of history, Jews have always had a deep relationship with Germans, so it is really interesting to be able to discover this Jewish-themed museum in Frankfurt.
The city center of Frankfurt A museum commemorating the Jews who were slaughtered by the Nazis in World War II. It displays the history of the Jewish Quarter in Frankfurt, including clothing, living, etc.
There are also some painting and calligraphy exhibitions, Mediterranean style exhibitions, etc., which seem to be not long-term, not bad! It is an old building.