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Zlatopol

Dreyfus in Kasrilevke, Zola in Zlatopol

Photos of Mark and Jolee's trip

Here's their accompanying story.

Click on any photo to see a larger view.

The Zola group in Kirovograd Jolee, Anna, Konstantin, Tanya, and Mark on the steps of the Kirovograd synagogue.
House in Zlatopol
A pre-war house on Lunacharsky Street in Zlatopol.
Busia Israelevna Nemirovskaya. Busia had lived in Zlatopol since before the war, and remembered many stories to tell.
Busia and her grandson Busia and her grandson Vladik.
Zlatoppol Jewish cemetery, today The old Jewish cemetery in Zlatopol. the Nazis removed most of the gravestones; only a few remain. The cemetery also has a memorial to the Jews killed during the War.
Mark and Jolee at Kamenka Mark and Jolee Zola near the neighboring village of Kamenka.
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