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Monday, November 20, 2017

New Jewish Cemetery in Lodz, Poland
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Nowy cmentarz żydowski

The New Jewish Cemetery (Polish: Nowy cmentarz żydowski) is a cemetery, created in 1892 as the second necropolis for Jews in Lodz, Poland.




Five interesting facts about the New Jewish Cemetery:

  • It is the largest Jewish Cemetery in Europe.
  • It contains more than 180 000 graves and 65 000 tombstones, ohels and mausoleums.
  • Between 1940 and 1944, approximately 43 000 burials took place in the spare part of the cemetery that became known as the Ghetto Field.
  • Today the cemetery has an area of 39,6 hectare.
  • The mausoleum of Leonia and Izrael Poznański, erected in 1903-1905, is the largest Jewish tombstone in the world and the only one containing decorative mosaic.

Lodz
Tombstones and graves, the New Jewish Cemetery, Lodz

Lodz
Tombstones and graves, the New Jewish Cemetery, Lodz

Lodz
Tombstones and graves, the New Jewish Cemetery, Lodz

Jewish Cemetery
The grave of industrialist Szymon Cytryn, who dead of starvation in the ghetto, the New Jewish Cemetery, Lodz
Jewish Cemetery
Tombstones and graves, the New Jewish Cemetery, Lodz

Jewish Cemetery
The mausoleum of Izrael Poznanski (1883-1900), one of the wealthiest industrialists in Lodz, the New Jewish Cemetery, Lodz

Jewish Cemetery
The mausoleum of Leonia and Izrael Poznanski, the New Jewish Cemetery, Lodz
Jewish Cemetery
Tombstones and graves, the New Jewish Cemetery, Lodz

Jewish Cemetery
Tombstones and graves, the New Jewish Cemetery, Lodz

Jewish Cemetery
Tombstones and graves, the New Jewish Cemetery, Lodz


Opening Times:

Sunday to Friday
Summer: 9 am – 5 pm
Winter: 9 am – 3 pm
Closed on Saturdays.


Tickets:

Standard admission: PLN 6
On every first Sunday in month admission free.


Address:

ul. Bracka 40, 91-717 Lodz, Poland

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