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Obj. ID: 45537
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  Jewish cemetery in Sadhora - Photos of 2019

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

According to ESJF European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative, the information on the cemetery’s establishment is unknown, but it was already operating in the early 19 century, and the latest gravestones relate to the end of the 1930s. The cemetery was vandalised during World War I. Among the destroyed burials were gravestones of a famous rabbi Israel Fridman of Ruzhin, two of his sons Avraham Yaakov of Sadigura and Dov Ber of Leova, and other family members. These gravestones afterwards were replaced by a large white concrete slab. In the 2010s, their ohel was renovated by the Ohaley Tzaddikim foundation. There are about 200 gravestones.

Date of the oldest tombstone: 1830s

Date of the latest tombstone: 1930s

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Jewish cemetery in Sadhora - Photos of 2019 | Unknown
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Location
Ukraine | Chernivetska obl. | Chernivtsi (Чернівці) | Sadhora (Садгора)
| At the crossroad of Yana Nalepky and Horishnia streets
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