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Obj. ID: 47878
Jewish Funerary Art
  Site of the Jewish cemetery in former Trokhimbrod (Sofiïvka, Zofiowka), Ukraine

© ESJF European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative, Photographer: ESJF European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative, 2019
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Site of the Jewish cemetery in former Trokhimbrod (Sofiïvka, Zofiowka) | Unknown
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According to ESJF European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative, the cemetery was established in the late 19th century, it appears on the Russian topographic map of 1897.

According to Yizkor Trokhenbrod, the New Jewish Cemetery of Trokhymbrid was known as the Yankel Kunik Cemetery, after the person who donated the land plot.

On Yom Kippur of 1942, when the ghetto of Trokhymbrid was liquidated, some Jews tried to hide in this cemetery and were shot there. The cemetery was destroyed along with the Trokhymbrid shtetl itself during WWII.

Today, there are no visible traces of the cemetery.

To reach the cemetery site, start from the memorial to the Jews of Trokhimbrod, proceed along the dirt road in a northerly direction for 530 meters, turn right, and continue along the water channel for 320 meters. The cemetery is situated on the right

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