I. Buildings Integral to the Former Life and/or Persecution of Jews in Hamburg - St. Georg.
No. 45/47 Lindenstraße, later No. 77 Steindamm.
The Agudath Esauw (Esau Association) synagogue was founded in 1882 in the district of St. Georg. The synagogue was financed by its members and maintained a strictly traditional means of worship. In 1901 the synagogue was situated at no. 45/47 Lindenstraße and from 1912 at no. 77 Steindamm. The latter was a residential building in which the synagogue occupied a flat on the eleventh floor. It could accommodate 58 men and 49 women. It was especially attended by travellers staying overnight in one of the hotels in the vicinity of the central railway station. In 1939 the Gestapo recorded that the synagogue had been dissolved and that the rooms had reverted to flats.