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additional information. The first synagogue was constructed in 1801 and the current one in 1846 at rue du Général Rampont. Damaged during WWII, it was transformed into supplies storage and restored for worship in 1957. Brumath was a seat of a rabbinate in the 19th century. [January 2008]


On Saturday, October 30th, 2004, 92 graves were discovered to be covered with anti-Semitic inscriptions, racist and neo-Nazi: notably acronyms "SS ", swastikas, and "death to the Jews " in the ancient part of the burying ground, which is about 1 km away from Brumath. The desecration was similar to that in Herrlisheim, where 127 graves of the Jewish cemetery had been spattered with pro-Nazi and anti-Semitic graffiti. The cemetery contains at least 200 graves. [January 2008]  French information page for this desecration with list of affected tombstones: click here [October 2013]

The dead of the Jewish community were initially buried in Rosenwiller until a Jewish cemetery was built here around 1880. Direction: der Rue des Romains (D 140 Richtung Richtung Bischwiller). Photos.

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