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Sign: Jerusalem - The Built Heritage - German hospice (Italian Synagogue)


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Hillel St 27, Jerusalem, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל "ירושלים - המורשת הבנויה"

האכסניה הגרמנית (בית הכנסת האיטלקי)
בניין סימטרי עם פרטים ניאו-גותיים שנבנה כאכסנייה גרמנית קתולית והושלם ב-1887. שני הבניינים במתחם שימשו, מאוחר יותר, כבית ספר לבנות, בניהול האב שמידט. מאז 1952 שוכן כאן בית כנסת שהועבר במלואו מאיטליה והמוזיאון למורשת יהדות איטליה.
אדריכל - תיאודור זנדל.

دار الضيافة الألمانية (الكنيس الأيطالي)
بناء متناسق مع خصائص الطراز القوطي المحدث ، اقيم عام ١٨٨٧ کدار ضيافة خاصة بالألمان الكاثوليك ، وقد استخدمت الفتاتان المتقاربتان في وقت لاحق كمدرسة للبنات بادارة الأب شميدت ، منذ ١٩٥٢ خصصت هاتان البنانتان لكنيس تم نقله کاملا من ايطاليا ، ومتحف التراث يهود ايطاليا . المهندس تیودور زاندل :

GERMAN HOSPICE (ITALIAN SYNAGOGUE)
A SYMMETRICAL BUILDING WITH NEO-GOTHIC DETAILS BUILT BY THE GERMAN-CATHOLICS AS A HOSPICE AND COMPLETED IN 1887. THE TWO BUILDINGS IN THE COMPOUND LATER SERVED AS A GIRLS SCHOOL ADMINISTERED BY FATHER SCHMIDT. SINCE 1952 THE SITE HAS HOUSED A SYNAGOGUE - WHICH WAS BROUGHT COMPLETE AND INTACT FROM ITALY - AND THE MUSEUM FOR THE HERITAGE OF ITALIAN JEWRY.
ARCHITECT: THEODOR SANDEL

משרד התיירות | החברה הממשלתית לתיירות | החברה לפיתוח מזרח ירושלים | הרשות לפיתוח ירושלים | עיריית ירושלים

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Comments:
A sign of the Jerusalem "The Built Heritage" series, a project initiated by architectural historian David Kroyanker in 1993, in which buildings of historic value were commemorated in central Jerusalem.
The signs were designed by Harel Designers Office, and the logo is in the form of a relief of a rosette window ("Rosetta").

The compound was photographed that day Click for a larger image

The text that appears in the QR code is: Italian Jewry Museum: Take an instructional film (up to 30 seconds) about the place according to the signs in the plaza.

Translation of the text on the sign:
Symbol of "Jerusalem - the built heritage"
[The main text appears in English]
Ministry of Tourism | Government Tourism Company | East Jerusalem Development Company | Jerusalem Development Authority | Jerusalem Municipality





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