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The synagogue of the Jewish community in the town of Hohenems (Vorarlberg, Austria) was the most significant baroque synagogue in Austria. It was consecrated in 1772; functioned as a Jewish praying center until 1942, when the last Jews from Hohenems were deported to Theresienstadt, and then served as a municipal fire station.

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The synagogue in Hohenems, Austria, Leo Baeck Institute, F 2329.