The “Lemle Moses Hermitage” was a yeshiva and a synagogue in Mannheim, named after Hofjude (Protected Jew) Lemle Moses Reinganum (1666–1724).
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Lemle-Moses-Klaussynagoge, Mannheim : cross section, circa 1888, Leo Baeck Institute, F 3316.