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Obj. ID: 47792
Jewish Funerary Art
  Site of the New Jewish cemetery in Berezne, Ukraine

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

New Berezne Jewish Cemetery was established presumably in mid-19th century on the western bank of the small river, close to the Catholic cemetery. It appears on the Russian map of 1870s and all later maps, including Polish map of 1936. According to Yizkor book Berezne, all tombstones on it were wooden and only an ohel of Berezne rabbis was made of brick. The cemetery was demolished in 1960s. No tombstones were found on the site, which is now occupied by a dendrological park. The cemetery can be found on the western bank of the reservoir, to the east of the Local College of Forestry, on the grounds of their dendrological park.

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