Historic visit

Cologne's Chief Rabbi Natanael Teitelbaum (right) shakes hands with Pope Benedict XVIat the end of the Pontiff's historic visit to the city's synagogue, in August 2005. Pope Benedict XVI, on his first foreign trip, condemned the "unimaginable crime" of the Holocaust in an address to Jewish leaders during the historic visit to Cologne's synagogue, only the second ever by a pope to a Jewish place of worship.

( Levi Tanenbaum, AFP/Getty Images / August 19, 2005 )

Cologne's Chief Rabbi Natanael Teitelbaum (right) shakes hands with Pope Benedict XVIat the end of the Pontiff's historic visit to the city's synagogue, in August 2005. Pope Benedict XVI, on his first foreign trip, condemned the "unimaginable crime" of the Holocaust in an address to Jewish leaders during the historic visit to Cologne's synagogue, only the second ever by a pope to a Jewish place of worship.

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