Feast of the tabernacles/football

Two photos from Fürth.

In the Jewish Museum there is one room whose roof can be removed and replaced by branches, where the family who lived there could stay during the Feast of Tabernacles (Laubhüttenfest/Sukkot). This is a shot of it:


This is a balcony in Friedrichstraße – according to the famous FürthWiki this is a tabernacle, built in 1907: “Balkonanbau, vermutlich Sukka, von Adam Egerer, 1907″:

And here is an advert for the Fürth football team, Greuther Fürth, as seen in Nuremberg Airport in both February and September 2023:


2 thoughts on “Feast of the tabernacles/football

  1. I was in Erfurt recently and was impressed with the Jewish Community Center, the synagogues and cemetaries there. Erfurt really is impressive, especially the Erfurter Dom.

    • I really wanted to go to Erfurt, Weimar and Jena this year. Thanks for the recommendation. I have actually been there as I translated a guide to the Predigerkirche and I can remember the cathedral and is it St Severin opposite? An impressive view, but I don’t think I’ve spent much time in either of them. Have been to Weimar during Goethe anniversary of some kind (2000?), but not to Jena.

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