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  • Jews of Luxembourg

    Luxembourg was founded in 963 CE by Count Siegfried, and the first record of Jews living in the city of Luxembourg, the capital of the country, was in 1276. In the early 14th century, small numbers of Jewish immigrants from the adjacent area of Trier, founded settlements in Luxembourg.The country's first chief rabbi, Samuel Hirsch , was appointed in 1843 and served until 1866. By 1927, the Jewi...