"remu'h cemetery" Remuh Synagogue - Old Jewish Cemetery - Kazimierz Tip by doug48

  remu'h cemetery
by doug48

the remu'h cemetery was established in 1533. during the nazi occupation of poland in WWII most of the graves were desecrated. the head stones you see today were buried during the the swedish invasion of the early 18th century thus saved from destruction. the cemetery is open to the public for a small fee.

Address: szeroka 40
Directions: central krakow, kazimierz quarter.

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  • Updated May 31, 2008
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