Hamburg Temple

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Auto Stern, 14, Poolstraße, Neustadt, Hamburg-Mitte, Hamburg, 20355, Germany

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The Hamburg Temple (German: Israelitischer Tempel) was first permanent Reform synagogue and the first ever to have a Reform prayer rite. It operated in Hamburg (Germany) from 1818 to 1938. On 18 October 1818 the Temple was inaugurated and later twice moved to new edifices, in 1844 and 1931, respectively.

== History of the Temple and its congregation ==

The New Israelite Temple Society (Neuer Israelitischer Tempelverein in Hamburg) was founded on 11 December 1817 and 65 heads of families joine

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