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Cemetery in Krynki

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The photos are courtesy of Krzysztof Schabowicz <schaby@neostrada.pl>,
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Krynki is home to a large Jewish cemetery, with over 3,000 matzevot (tombstones).
It may be the largest shtetl Jewish cemetery in Poland.

 

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The oldest identified matzeva are from the middle of the 18th century

 

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