🇩🇪 Hainsfarth is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany. From as early as the 13th century until 1941, Hainsfarth was home to a sometimes large Jewish community, accounting for up to 40 percent of the village's population in 1810. From 1710 to 1938 the village also had a functioning synagogue, which was partly destroyed by the Nazis but renovated and reopened in 1996. The village also has an intact Jewish cemetery, which was desecrated during the Nazi era but later restored.
Hainsfarth has a population of over 1,437 people. Hainsfarth also forms part of the wider Donau-Ries district which has a population of over 134,324 people. Hainsfarth is situated near Donauwörth.