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Obj. ID: 20729
Jewish Funerary Art
  New Jewish Cemetery in Thessaloniki, Greece

© Center for Jewish Art, Photographer: N/A, 1996

The cemetery has been operating since 1952. Many tombstones were transferred from the old destroyed cemetery and collected from the city. Part of the remains was also transferred and reburied in the new cemetery.  There are around 1000 tombstones.

Date of the oldest tombstone 1952

Date of the latest tombstone  2018

On the territory of the cemetery are many tombstones and fragments from the old cemetery. The oldest is dated 1665/5425, the latest is 1938

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