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Annopol: New Jewish Cemetery in Annopol (Leśna Street)

The new Jewish cemetery in Annopol was established in the 19th century and is situated at Leśna Street . The Germans devastated the cemetery ...

Barcin:

 The cemetery was established in the 1760s or 1770s. It is currently situated at Podgórna Street. The cemetery is 0.28 hectares in area. The last ...

Bełz: Bełz – The Jewish Cemetery

The Jewish cemetery has been partially preserved to this day. It was recently restored. Among its gravestones are those of three tzaddikim: Salomon...

Biała Podlaska: The new jewish cemetery in Biała Podlaska (Nowa Street)

The cemetery was established at the beginning of the 19th century, covering the area of 2.71 ha. It was situated in the direct vicinity of the Catholic...

Biecz: Jewish Cemetery in Biecz

The Jewish cemetery in Biecz (Tysiąclecia Street) – was founded in the mid 19th century. It is located on the outskirts of the town, near the Gr...

Bielsk Podlaski:

The Jewish cemetery in Bielsk Podlaski (Brańska Street) was founded in 1807. It is located in the western part of the city, in front of the petrol station ...

Bircza: Jewish Cemetery

The closed and neglected Jewish cemetery in Bircza is situated at Cmentarna Street, about 200 meters to the north of the route Przemyśl-Sanok, and ...

Biskupice: The new Jewish cemetery in Biskupice (Miła Street)

The new Jewish cemetery in Biskupice was established at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th centuries. It is located in the neighborhood...

Błażowa: Jewish cemetery

The remaining Jewish cemetery covers the overall area of 0.61 ha; it contains several dozen of gravestones and the remains of the wall. The list of...

Błonie: Jewish cemetery in Błonie (in Polna Street)

The Jewish cemetery in Błonie was founded towards the end of the 19th century. During World War II it was devastated by the Germans. After the war, however, ...

Bodzentyn: Jewish cemetery of Bodzentyn

The 2 ha cemetery was officially established in 1876 on the hill of Góra Miejska, but informal burials took place here much earlier. It was unfenced, ...

Brańsk:

Outside the town the cemetery has partially survived. The first part of the cemetery is in better condition. Placed there by a local historian, Zbigniew...

Brok: Jewish cemetery in Brok (in Sienkiewicza Street)

The Jewish cemetery in Brok was established in the middle of the 19th century and is located right behind the Catholic cemetery in Konopnickiej Street....

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Bychawa: The new Jewish cemetery in Bychawa (Partyzantów Street)

The municipal authorities of Bychawa gave the Jewish community permission to establish a new cemetery in 1911. This was mostly done thankt to the efforts...

Chełm: Jewish cemetery in Chełm (corner of Kolejowa and Staroscinska Streets)

The Jewish cemetery in Chelm was established at the turn of the 16th century. During WWI the Nazis completely devastated the cemetery and matzevot...

Chełmno nad Nerem: A stone collection in Chełmno nad Nerem

A stone collection in Chełmno nad Nerem There was no “traditional” Jewish cemetery in the village of Chełmno nad Nerem. In the last years, in th...

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Ciechanowiec:

The newest cemetery lied to the north-east of the town. It was completely devastated and is now overgrown with trees.   On the area of 2.8 hectares...

Dąbrowa Białostocka: Cmentarz żydowski

The new Jewish cemetery in Dabrowa Bialostocka is located in Jana Pawla II Street. According to local inhabitants the old cemetery was situated near the...

Dąbrówno: Jewish cemetery in Dąbrówno (Ogrodowa Street)

The Jewish cemetery in Dąbrówno was established in 1787. The devastation of the cemetery at the beginning of World War I is attributed to the Russian s...

Drohiczyn: A Jewish cemetery

A cemetery in Drohiczyn - founded in the first quarter of 16th century. Located outside the city, about 2km to the south-east, on the northern side of...

Działdowo: Jewish cemetery in Działdowo (Sienkiewicza Street)

Jewish cemetery in Działdowo was set up in the second half of the 19th century. The last known burial took place in 1941. As a result of the devastation ...

Gąbin: Cemetery (Kilińskiego Street)

The Jewish cemetery in Gąbin was founded in the 19th century. During World war II it was devastated by the Germans. Macevas were broken and used for paving ...

Garwolin: Jewish cemetery in Garwolin

The Jewish cemetery in Garwolin was founded in the first half of the 19th century. It is located near the village of Sulbiny Górne, at the distance of ...

Gliwice: A new Jewish cemetery in Gliwice (Poniatowskiego Street)

  The New Jewish cemetery in Gliwice (Poniatowskiego Street) was established in 1902 due to the lack of space at the old cemetery at Na Piasku Street....

Głowno: Cemetery

The Jewish cemetery in Głowno lay by Swoboda St. No.4. It was formed in the middle of the 18th century. During World War II the Germans destroyed it completely. ...

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Goniądz: Jewish cemetery in Goniądz

  The Jewish cemetery in Goniądz is located to the south of the town, on the right side of the road to Downary. As a result of destruction brought ...

Góra Kalwaria: Jewish Cemetery (Kalwaryjska Street)

The Jewish cemetery in Kalwaryjska Street. The Jewish cemetery in Góra Kalwaria was established in the beginnings of the XIX-th century on a “an ...

Grodzisk Mazowiecki: Cemetery

The Jewish cemetery in Grodzisk Mazowiecki was established on the land between the roads leading to Błonie and Rokitno, the latter was later called Żydowska S...

Inowłódz:

 Jewish cemetery in Inowłódz was established around 1820. It is situated near a chalcedonite mine. The Germans destroyed the cemetery area during t...

Inowrocław: New Cemetery

In the late 19th century the Jewish community in Inowrocław founded its own new graveyard that was situated on current Marcinkowskiego Street, right next ...

Izbica: The Jewish cemetery in Izbica (Fabryczna Street)

The Jewish cemetery in Izbica was established in the latter half of the 18th century. The area is an asymmetrical pentagon of 0.9 ha. It is situated near...

Jadów: Jewish cemetery in Jadów

The Jewish cemetery in Jadów is located about one and a half kilometres west of the market, in a wood near the peat bog reserve "Śliże". The fo...

Jałówka: A cemetery in Jałówka

The Jewish cemetery in Jałówka, which is still open, was established in the 19th century. There are no traces of the old former cemetery. The new cemetery i...

Jarosław: Jewish cemetery

At Jewish cemetery of size 1.85 ha which is located In Kruhel Pełkiński districts there are only a dozen of gravestones. Prior to WWII the oldest grave a...

Jeleniewo (woj. podlaskie):

The Jewish cemetery in Jeleniewo was founded in the 18th c. and is located ca. 100 meters east of route 655 from Suwałki to Rutki-Tartak. An unpaved road ...

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Karczew: Jewish cemetery (Otwocka Street)

The Jewish cemetery in Karczew was opened in the 19th century. It is located on a sand dune. The last known burial took place here in 1941. During World...

Katowice: The Jewish cemetery in Katowice (16 Kozielska Street)

Jewish cemetery in Katowice (Kozielska 16 street) was built in 1868. Those who died before building it were burried on the Jewish cemetery in Mysłowice. ...

Kazimierz Dolny: The New Jewish Cemetery in Kazimierz Dolny (Czerniawy Street)

As K. Bielawski reports in his work published on www.kirkuty.xip.pl, due to the town expansion and in accordance with the decree of ‘Komisja Policji...

Kępno:

 Germans destroyed Jewish cemetery in Kępno during the Second World War. They used the majority of tombstones to build a fire pool at the market ...

Kielce: Jewish cemetery (Pakosz Dolny Street)

In the second half of the nineteenth century, due to the rapid development of Jewish settlement in Kielce, the local Jewish community faced a necessity...

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Kock: Jewish cemetery in Kock

The Jewish cemetery in Kock was established in the latter half of the 18th century. It is situated at a distance of about one kilometer away from the town...

Kołbiel: Cmentarz w Kołbieli

The Jewish cemetery in Kołbiel is situated in a wood in the north of the town. It can be reached from Kilińskiego Street, and then by a field road leading t...

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Korczyna: Cmentarz

The Jewish cemetery in Korczyna is situated in the Burkot hamlet towards the end of Wierzbowa street. During the Holocaust mass executions were carried...

Koronowo: Jewish cemetery at the end of Kolejowa street

Founded in 1817 on a small hill over the Brda valley, it was surrounded by a brick wall with an iron entrance gate. In the Interwar period it occupied...

Kraków: Old Jewish cemetery (Remuh) in Kraków (40 Szeroka Street)

The old cemetery in Kraków is situated near the Remuh synagogue. A gate in a stone wall leads to the cemetery from the synagogue yard. The Remuh cemetery, ...

Kraków: New Jewish cemetery in Kraków-Podgórze (3 Abrahama Street)

A cemetery of the Podgórze Jewish Community (25 Jerozolimska Street) operated in Podgórze beginning from the year 1887. More or less at the time when, i...

Kraków: Cemetery at 58 Miodowa street

New Jewish cemetery in Kraków. At the end of the 18th century a cemetery situated at the Remuh synagogue was closed, so a new one, which has existed up ...

Krapkowice: The Jewish cemetery in Krapkowice (Kolejowa St.)

The Jewish cemetery in Krapkowice (Kolejowa St.) was founded in 1824. It was situated outside the city boundaries, in a distant place by the Odra...

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Kraśnik: New Jewish cemetery in Kraśnik (Szewska Street)

The new Jewish cemetery in Kraśnik was established in the first half of the 19th century. The last known burial was held in 1943. During the Second World ...

Krzepice: Jewish cemetery in Krzepice

The Jewish cemetery in Krzepice was established in the first half of the 18th century. It is located around hundred meters from the synagogue, near the...

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Łęczna: Jewish cemetery in Łęczna (Pasternik St.)

Jewish cemetery in Łęczna was established in the second half of the 16th century. The last known burial took place in 1942. The cemetery was designed t...

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Lipsk: Cmentarz w Lipsku

The cemetery in Leipzig is located by a field road which is en extension of a street running next to the church. At the border of the cemetery, a stone...

Łomża:

Towards the end of the 19th century, as the area of the cemetery in Rybaki Street had been completely used up, the Łomża kehilla had no choice but to e...

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Lubartów: New Jewish cemetery (the corner of Cicha Street and 1 Maja Street)

Located on the corner of Cicha and 1 Maja Streets, the new Jewish cemetery in Lubartów was established by 1819. In the interwar period the cemetery was ...

Lublin: The Old Jewish Cemetery (Kalinowszczyzna/Sienna Streets)

The Old Jewish cemetery is located on a woody hill called Grodzisko, which had military and defensive purpose until the end of the 10th century. The...

Lublin: The New Cemetery (Walecznych Street)

In 1829, when the cemetery was established, it was located outside the town. From the north it adjoined the Jewish military cemetery established in 1918....

Łuków: New jewish cemetery in Łuków (Warszawska Street)

The new Jewish cemetery in Łuków was established in the 19th century. It is located on the road from Łuków to Garwolin, at Warszawska Street. During WWI...

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Markuszów: The new Jewish cemetery in Markuszów (ul. Łachy Street)

Due to the growing Jewish population in the town and lack of free space in the old cemetery, in the early 20th century or, according to some sources, in...

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Międzyrzec Podlaski: New cemetery (90 Brzeska St.)

The new cemetery in Międzyrzec is located at Brzeska Street, near the Catholic cemetery. The new Jewish cemetery was established close to the old one ...

Mińsk Mazowiecki: The new Jewish cemetery (Dąbrówki Street)

The new Jewish cemetery in Mińsk Mazowiecki (Dąbrówki Street) was probably established in about 1870. The necropolis is located between Dąbrówka Street and ...

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Mszczonów: Cmentarz żydowski (ul. Poniatowskiego)

The Jewish cemetery in Mszczonów is located by the Warsaw - Katowice route, opposite the mouth of Poniatowskiego Street. The necropolis was established ...

Mysłowice: The Jewish cemetery in Mysłowice (ul. Stawowa)

The Jewish cemetery in Mysłowice in Stawowa Street was established in the 18th century. The necropolis of the area of about 0.4 ha occupies a plot which ...

Narew: Cemetery

The only remnant of the Jewish community in the town is the cemetery. It is located in woods about two kilometers from Narew, in a place called Glinica....

Narewka: Cemetery

In a relatively good condition remained a Jewish cemetery founded in the 19th century on a hill outside the town, by the road to Zabłotczyzna. Around ...

Nasielsk: Cemetery (Kwiatowa Street)

The Jewish cemetery in Nasielsk was probably established in the second half of the 19th century, in a lot situated to the east of the town, at today’s...

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Nowogród: A Jewish cemetery

A Jewish cemetery in Nowogród is located upon a hill, at the end of Poległych Street. As a result of all the damage sustained during WWII and after the l...

Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki: Jewish Cemetery (Akacjowa Street)

A Jewish cemetery in Nowy Dwór was founded in the 18th century. The cemetery was located on a sand dune. The last known burial took place here in 1941. ...

Okuniew: Jewish cemetery (Cmentarna Street)

A Jewish cemetery in Okuniew was founded probably in the 19th century. It is located in a forest behind the Catholic graveyard, in Cmentarnej Street. During...

Ostrołęka: Cmentarz na ulicy Poznańskiej

The Jewish cemetery in Ostrołęka, Poznańska Street, a plaque unveiled in 1980 to commemorate the extermination of Jews from Ostrołęka....

Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski: Cmentarz przy ul. Sienkiewicza

The oldest Jewish cemetery in Ostrowiec was established in the second half of the 17th century. The first mention comes form 1657 .[[refr:|S. Żuchowski, ...

Otwock: Jewish cemetery (Hrabiego Street)

The Jewish cemetery in Otwock (Hrabiego Street) was established in the 19th century. It is situated in the city suburbs, on the edge of a pine forest. In...

Piaseczno: A Jewish cemetery at Tuwima Street

  The Jewish cemetery in Piaseczno was founded in the second half of the 19th century at the Tuwima Street (current name.) During the mass murders...

Piaski (woj. lubelskie): The new Jewish cemetery (Mickiewicza Street)

The new Jewish cemetery in Piaski was established at the end of the 19th century. It was situated in Mogiłkowa Street (now Mickiewicza Street) in the ...

Piotrków Trybunalski:

New Jewish cemetery in Piotrków Trybunalski (93 Spacerowa Street) was established in 1791. The Germans devastated and destroyed the majority of the cemetery ...

Płock: New cemetery (Sportowa Street)

The new Jewish cemetery in Płock (on Mickiewicza Street) was established in 1845. The last recorded burial in the cemetery took place in 1968. During ...

Prudnik: The new Jewish cemetery in Prudnik (40 Kolejowa Street)

The new Jewish cemetery in Prudnik (40 Kolejowa Street) was established in 1861[[refr:|Andrzej Derenia, Cmentarz zapomnienia [in:] Tygodnik Prudnicki.]]....

Pruszków: Jewish cemetery (Lipowa Street)

The Jewish cemetery in Pruszków was founded in 1905. During World War II it was devastated by German people. About 150 gravestones retained in the area ...

Przysucha: Cmentarz żydowski (ul. Cmentarna)

The Jewish cemetery in Przysucha (Cmentarna Street) was created about 1745. In 1929 its area was enlarged. The last known burial took place here in 1942. During...

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Radom: Jewish cemetery in Radom (in Towarowa Street)

In Radom, as a result of the spread of cholera epidemics, in 1831 the cemetery for the victims of the plague among Jewish people was created. The place...

Radomsko: Cmentarz żydowski (ul. Przedborska)

The Jewish cemetery in Radomsko (196 Przedborska Street) was established in 1816. During the Second World War the cemetery was devastated by the Germans....

Radzyń Podlaski: Jewish cemetery (Lubelska Street)

The cemetery of the Jewish community in Radzyń is located at Lubelska Street, at the road to Parczew, on its left side. On the area of 0.69 ha there are ...

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Rozprza: Cmentarz żydowski

The Jewish cemetery in Rozprza was established in the 17th century. It is located next to the Catholic cemetery. During WW II, Germans destroyed the cemetery....

Rybnik: Jewish Cemetery in Rybnik

The Jewish cemetery in Rybnik was set up in 1815. Before that the deceased had been buried in the Mikołów cemetery. The Rybnik cemetery was located by t...

Rypin: Lapidary on a new Jewish cemetery on Spokojna Street

Rypin - lapidary on a new Jewish cemetery on Spokojna Street along the road running from Rypin to Sierpc. In the 1980s and 1990s, Jan Smoliński excavated ...

Serock: Jewish cemetery in Serock (132 Pułtuska Street)

The Jewish cemetery in Serock is located in Pułtuska street. During World War II by Nazi order, the cemetery was devastated -- the tombstones were torn ...

Sidra: Jewish cemetery

The Jewish cemetery in Sidra – founded in the second half of the 19th century, has the surface of 0,8 ha, is located on the north of Sidra, on the...

Siedlce: The new Jewish cemetery in Szkolna street

The New Jewish cemetery in Siedlce (in Szkolna street) was established in 1825. The last burial took place in 1888. The cemetery was devastated by Germans...

Siemiatycze: Cmentarz w Siemiatyczach (ulica Kościuszki)

The cemetery in Siemiatycze (Kościuszki Street) The cemetery in Siemiatycze is located between Polna and Kościuszki Street. It covers the area of 2 h...

Sierpc: Jewish cemetery in sierpc (Władysław Jagiełło Street)

Jewish cemetery in Sierpc (Władysław Jagiełło Street) was founded in the first half of the 19th century. During World War II the Germans devastated the...

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Skierniewice: Stary cmentarz żydowski (ul. Strobowska)

The old Jewish cemetery in Skierniewice (Strobowska Street) was established in 1828 on the Łupia River. In 1919, the local authorities closed down the ...

Skierniewice: Nowy cmentarz żydowski (ul. Graniczna)

The new Jewish cemetery in Skierniewice (14 Graniczna Street) was established at the beginning of the 20th century. The last recorded burial took place...

Sochaczew: The Jewish Cemetery (Sierpniowa St)

According to Paul Andrew Gray, the author of "Sochaczew Jews”, the Jewish cemetery in Sochaczew was created "at least at the turn of fifteenth...

Sopot: Cmentarz ( ul. Malczewskiego )

The cemetery was established in 1913 at Malczewskiego Street. It was used as burial ground until the end of 1938. What has been preserved are the tombstones...

Sosnowiec: The Jewish cemetery in Sosnowiec (1 Gospodarcza Street)

The Jewish cemetery in Sosnowiec was established in 1892. Initially it was a cemetery for victims of cholera. It was officially converted into the Jewish...

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Strzegowo: Jewish cemetery in Strzegowo

The Jewish cemetery in Strzegowo was opened in the 19th century. It is located to the west of Strzegowo, near the road leading to Radzanów. The last known ...

Świdnica: New cemetery

A new cemetery was established in 1815. The Jewish cemetery was not spared: grave stones were overturned and subsequently, in 1941-1942, were used to...

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Szydłowiec: Jewish cemetery (Wschodnia Street)

Jewish Cemetery in Szydłowiec (Wschodnia Street) was established after 1788. Last known burial took place here in 1943. During World War II Nazis devastated ...

Tarnowskie Góry: Jewish Cemetery in Tarnowskie Góry (66 Gliwicka Street)

  The Jewish cemetery in Tarnowskie Góry (66 Gliwicka Street) was established by the Synagogal Community, which was founded in the town in 1815 ...

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Uchanie: Jewish cemetery (Podgórze Street)

The Jewish cemetery in Uchanie was established in the 16th century. It is located on the hill near the Roman Catholic church and a makeshift football field....

Wąchock: The Jewish cemetery in Wąchock

Being part of the kehilla which was distant from the place of residence, Wąchock Jews faced difficulties and inconveniences regarding the burial of the ...

Wągrowiec: A cemetery in Wągrowiec

The Jewish cemetery in Wągrowiec was founded in the early 19th century, upon a hill near the Durowskie Lake, at the Kościuszki Street (current name.) T...

Warka: The Jewish cemetery in Warka (Bielańska Street)

The cemetery was founded in Warka around 1795. In 1821 it was about 0.5 ha in area. Over the next decades it was gradually expanded. The last enlargement...

Warszawa: Jewish Cemetery (Okopowa Street)

The Jewish Cemetery at 49/51Okopowa Street in Warsaw was founded in 1806 and occupies over 33 hectares (82 acres) of land. The cemetery contains 250,000...

Warszawa: Jewish Cemetery in Odrowąża Street

The Jewish cemetery in Bródno, known as the Jewish cemetery of the Praga district of Warsaw, is the oldest preserved Jewish burial site in Warsaw. From ...

Warszawa: Jewish Cemetery (Kwitnącej Akacji Street)

The Jewish Cemetery at Kwitnącej Akacji Street in Warsaw was founded in the beginning of the 20th century. It is situated at the intersection of Kwitnacej ...

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Wieliczka: Cmentarz żydowski w Wieliczce.

The Jewish cemetery in Wieliczka   The Jewish cemetery in Wieliczka (Garbówka) was established in the first half of the XVI-th century. It is located ...

Wiskitki: Jewish cemetery in Wiskitki

The Jewish cemetery in Wiskitki was established in the first half of 19th century, and was used until World War II. It can be reached from Zyrardów by ...

Wodzisław Śląski: Jewish cemetery in Wodzisław Śląski

The Jewish cemetery in Wodzisław Śląski was established in 1814. It was located on a hill called “Żydowina”. Beforehand, Jewish population had...

Wysokie Mazowieckie: Jewish Cemetery

The new Jewish cemetery in Wysokie Mazowieckie is located at Żwirki i Wigury Street. As a result of the damage it suffered during World War II and the ...

Wyszków: Jewish cemetery in Wyszków

The Jewish cemetery in Wyszków was founded towards the end of the 19th century.. During World War II, it was completely destroyed by the Germans. Gravestones ...

Zabłudów: 19th-century cemetery in Zabłudów

Established in the nineteenth century outside the town, now an enclosed area. A cemetery in ruins, the ohel of tzaddik Isaac’s son Cwi Dow Ber...

Żabno: Cmentarz żydowski w Żabnie, ul. Kościuszki.

The Jewish cemetery in Żabno, Kościuszki Street. The Jewish cemetery in Żabno (Kościuszki Street, approximately 1 km. from the town square in Zakirchle) was...

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Zambrów: Jewish cemetery

The Jewish cemetery in Zambrów on Łomżyńska Street – founded on the beginning of the 19th century, with the surface of 2,6 ha (currently a yard wit...

Żelechów: New Jewish cemetery (Chłopickiego/Reymonta Street)

A new Jewish cemetery was founded at the beginning of the 19th century on a huge hill where Chłopickiego St. and Reymonta St. meet. Today it covers about ...

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Żyrardów: Jewish cemetery in Żyrardów

The Jewish cemetery in Zyrardow was most probably founded in the middle of the 19th century. It is located at the corner of Mireckiego and Konopnickiej...