The Jewish Center on Jakobsplatz symbolizes that Judaism belongs to Munich.
The square in front of the Jewish Center is a popular meeting place.
The synagogue, community center and museum are architecturally coordinated.
View of the Jewish Museum
Playground between the Jewish Museum and the Synagogue
The new Jewish Main Synagogue, the hub of the Jewish religious community, and the Jewish Museum on Jakobsplatz form an architecturally balanced ensemble. With these buildings, Jewish life in Munich, which was destroyed during the National Socialist era, is restored to its rightful place in the heart of the city. The focus is to make visible the close integration of the Jewish Centre with Munich‘s urban structure. The building and the square symbolize that Judaism belongs in Munich. The most striking building is the synagogue. The Jewish community centre opposite consists of several individual cubes, modelled on the Amsterdam synagogues of the 17th century. The building includes a school, a nursery school, a youth centre, a sports hall and a kosher restaurant.
Builder: Israelitische Kulturgemeinde München und Oberbayern, City of Munich
Architecture: Wandel Hoefer Lorch
Landscape architecture: Regina Poly
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