|IHRINGEN: district of Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald. Also see Emmendingen|
ALTERNATE NAMES: IHRINGEN [GER], IHRINGE. 48°03' N, 07°39' E, 10 miles WNW of Freiburg im Breisgau, near the French border, in Landkreis Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, SW Baden-Württemberg. Jewish population: 263 (in 1852), 98 (in 1933).
Cemetery map and history with photos. Until about 1810, Ihringen Jews were buried in Emmendingen. cemetery (on the way to Blankenhornsberg, Won Mean alley area 16.44 a). Ihringen Jewish community ended in 1938 with 125 people in 1925, 3.7% of the total population. An 1864 synagogue that replaced a previous building was destroyed by arson. The Jewish cemetery is west of Ihringen,.photos. Four suspected right-wing extremists were arrested for desecrating the cemetery in 2007. Three of the four men admitted to knocking over the gravestones at the cemetery in ear the French border. Freiburg police searched their apartments and found far-right music, an old pistol and ammunition. Aged between 15 and 28, their identities were not revealed. The cemetery had previously been vandalized in 1990 and 1991 [Feb 2013].
79241 Baden-Württemberg (Gerz, Peters)
LOCATION OF CEMETERY: IHRINGEN beside the road between Ihringen and Blankenhornsberg (Detail)
IN USE: From 1810 (dated oldest gravestone) until 1937.
NUMBER OF GRAVESTONES: 255.
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