|BAD DRIBURG: North Rhine-Westphalia|
51°44′N 9°1′E, 35 miles NW of Kassel. Bad Driburg is a town and spa in Höxter district on the Aa and the historic railway Soest-Höxter-Berlin. Some glass manufactures. Its saline-ferruginous springs, discovered in 766, and since 1779 attracted summer visitors. Wikipedia. 1900 Jewish population: about 50. In 1809, Driburg's Jewish kahal had its own small synagogue destroyed in 1938. In 1905 a cheder was built. Regional cemetery map. [Sep 2012]
Copy of Guide to Jewish cemetery; in German; Donors: Ernst Schuster, 1982; Period covered: 1820-1916; 16 pages; location at LBI : Driburg; Jewish community collection; Storage-Location: Second floor; Accession Number(s): AR 5092.
33014 North Rhine-Westphalia (Gerz)
|Last Updated on Thursday, 13 September 2012 22:20|