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Geographic AreaTitleTypeAuthorView
Kishinev (Town)Aerial view on Kishinev Jewish Cemetery, mostly Sector 6, October 2019Cemetery ArticlesSerghey Daniliuk
 This is a two minute aerial clip about the condition of Kishinev Jewish Cemetery, mostly Sector 6, October, 2019.
GeneralCarved Memories: Jewish Tombstones of the Russian PaleCemetery ArticlesDavid Goberman
GeneralJewish Cemeteries in Bessarabia and Moldova: History, Current state, Indexing, PhotographingCemetery ArticlesYefim Kogan
 Presentation at the Jewish Genealogical conference in 2014 in Salt Lake City.  For three years since the conference we photographed many  Jewish cemeteries in the region, but this article has important information too.
GeneralJewish tombstones in the UkraineCemetery ArticlesDavid Goberman
Kishinev (Town)Kishinev Destroyed Jewish Cemeterie Cemetery ArticlesYefim Kogan
 Article describing 3 Jewish cemeteries which were destroyed,  one of them partially destroyed.
Kishinev (Town)Kishinev Jewish Cemetery events - fall of 2018 Cemetery ArticlesYefim Kogan
 October 20, 2018.  Prime Minister of Republic of Moldova visited the Jewish Cemetery in Kishinev, and demanded a plan to restore the cemetery.
November 26, 2018.  The work begin on the improvement of the Jewish cemetery!  See the articles about these events.
GeneralLike Shells on a Shore. Synagogues and Jewish Cemeteries of Northern MoldaviaCemetery ArticlesSimon Geissb├╝hler 
Novoselitsa (Town)The Novoselitsa Cemetery RestorationCemetery ArticlesYosi Eshet 
 A few pictures about the partial restoration of the graveyard in Novoselitsa - a town located some 20 miles east south east from Czernowitz.
Yosi Eshet
GeneralTombstones and/or inscriptions are disappearingCemetery ArticlesYefim Kogan
 Here is an example of how the tombstones are deteriorating. These photos were taken in 7 months
apart, and you can see the Start of David almost disappeared.

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