Courtesy of Ella Romm, San-Diego, California
Moyshe-Duvid Goresht (1870-1941), owned a grocery store in Kishinev on the corner of Armyanskaya and Lvovskaya streets.
Chişinău (Kishinev), 2005
Courtesy of Stiftung Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas, Germany
Memorial to the Victims of the Ghetto.
Monument to the Victims of Fascism« on the site of the mass shootings.
Dubossary, taken recently
Courtesy of Ozias Ukshteyn, Director of Jewish Community, Dubossary, Moldova/Transnistria
An old Synagogue building. It was a working Synagogue until 1936, built before 1917. Dubossary was home to 5000 Jews before the war! Today Dubossary Jewish community has only 105 Jews and there is no place to pray for Jews in Dubossary.
Izmail, taken on June 9, 10, 2006
Courtesy of Stephen R. Low, Lincoln, MA
Sign-Anchor making entry to Ismail on the road from Kiliya.
Interior of Ismail’s Chabad center with table set for Shabbos dinner.
The VIP Hotel.
Border crossing from Ukraine to Moldova (Ismail to Kishinev).