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|Jews and Judaism|
|Who is a Jew? · Etymology · Culture|
- The "Judengasse" in Frankfurt/Main; See Frankfurter Judengasse, and Jewish Frankfurt. (now broken)
- The "Judengasse" of Cologne
- The "Judengasse" in Stuttgart (de)
- The "Judengasse" in Trier (de)
- The "Judengasse, aka Unterbergstrasse (and also Museumgasse, Meierhofgasse, Wertheimergasse, Parkgasse, Gloriettealle)" of Eisenstadt (still Jewish people living)
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