"Jewish cemetery" Piotrkow Trybunalski Off The Beaten Path Tip by ZiOOlek

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The cemetery was founded in 1792. On an area of 13 thousand hectares there are about three thousand tombs in the cemetery. You may find graves in four languages: Hebrew, German, Russian and Polish. There is a tomb of a saddik Chaim Dawid Bernhard ( 1758 - 1858), restored after World War II by Saul and Robert Dessau. There are also group tombs of people who died during Holocaust.

The cemetery is located in Spacerowa street. It is open on Monday and Wednesday, from 10 am to 3 pm.

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  • Written Apr 14, 2007
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