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cemetery: Pow±zki, Warszawa
photography: Jacek Michiej
Międzyrzec Podlaski

Nowy cmentarz żydowski w Międzyrzecu Podlaskim

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Jewish cemetery in Międzyrzec Podlaski - there were two Jewish cemeteries in Międzyrzec Podlaski. [source: Wikipedia, 686209]
type of the cemeteryreligious
state of the cemeteryBrzeska
[source: Wikipedia, 686209]
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Old Cemetery at ul. Brzeska
It was founded in the 18th century, devastated and destroyed by the Germans during World War II - currently the built-up area. [source: Wikipedia, 686209]
New Cemetery at ul. Brzeska 90
Officially founded in 1810. It has an area of 2.8 ha. Currently fenced with a brick wall. About 100 tombstones have been preserved on it. In the wall, gravestones from the Old Cemetery are embedded (the oldest of them dates from 1706). On the order of the Germans during the occupation, many matzevot were taken from the cemetery and used to harden roads. A large part of them were recovered after the war. The tombstones were embedded in the cemetery fence. Preserved, among others interesting cast iron monuments from the first half XIX century (they were made by the local steelmaker Szejmel Bros.) and matzevot made of granite and sandstone with ornaments and inscriptions in Hebrew, Yiddish and Polish preserved to this day. A common grave of three Międzyrzec rabbis has survived at the cemetery: Dawid Flinker, Ber Roskin and Pejsach Racko. They were murdered by the Gestapo on the same day in July 1942. The last burials took place in 1970 and 1985. In 1988, a brick wall was renovated, in which about 200 matzevot and fragments of damaged old tombstones were laid. To commemorate the memory of Międzyrzec Jews - victims of Nazi genocide a monument was erected. The former house of the Funeral Brotherhood was also restored. The cemetery was renovated. [source: Wikipedia, 686209]
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