Nr. on the small maps: 7 (Kleinheubach)

In 1837, the ritual bath in the basement of the synagogue was in pitiable condition: no lights, no heating facilities, wet and slippery stairs.  The district physician’s report led to a shutdown by local authorities. The “Fischgässchen” (Fish Alley), next to the Rudenauer Creek became the new site and had been in use up to 1926. In 1935 the site was sold to a non-Jewish civilian and fell into oblivion. Between 1991 and 1992 it was being renovated and nowadays you can take a look around.