Paul-Arnsberg-Platz , 60314Frankfurt am Main
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Paul Arnsberg, a solicitor and historian, was for many years a leading member of Frankfurt's Jewish community. He became famous for his detailed documentations of Jewish history in Frankfurt and the State of Hessen.
Frankfurt's East End district (Ostend) became the home of many displaced Eastern European Jews in the 19th century. In 2010, Paul Arnsberg Square was inaugurated in the Ostend, paying homage to the neighbourhood's Jewish past. A year later, a triangular, stainless steel column created by the sculptor, Clemens M. Strugalla, was erected there to further remind of the quarter's former Jewish residents.