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Obj. ID: 47543
Jewish Funerary Art
  Jewish cemetery in Tarutyne, Ukraine

© ESJF European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative, Photographer: ESJF European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative, 2019

According to ESJF European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative, the Jewish cemetery of Tarutyne was established not later than 1875 (date of the oldest found gravestone). The cemetery is marked on the Yizkor book memory map. According to the testimonies of the Holocaust survivors – residents of Tarutyne, published in Yizkor book, the cemetery was totally destroyed during WWII and the territory was plowed up by a tractors, some gravestones were found in a courtyards of local houses. However, the ESJF expedition found the cemetery existing and comparatively well-preserved. There are about 400 gravestones.

Date of oldest tombstone: 1875
Date of newest tombstone: 1932

To reach the cemetery, start from the southern part of the village, from the bridge over Bakhmutka river on Tsentralna Street, proceed along Tsentralna Street in the direction north-east for around 180 metres. Turn right and continue along the dirt road for 700 metres, turn right again and proceed across the garden for 260 metres. The cemetery is situated on the left of the road, in the woods.

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