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Map of the Town of Vishnevets

Reconstructed from memory by Moshe Segal (son of Hersh Matis)

[Translation Editor's Note: This map, which appears on the flyleaf of Sefer Vishnevets,
shows the town with Jewish and other landmarks during the early Nazi era, around 1941-1942.]

Ghetto gate            Ghetto boundaries


(1) The Great Synagogue (12) Boulevard
(2) Synagogues (13) Guards
(3) The rabbi's house and the yeshiva (14) Flourmill
(4) Tarbut School (15) Town Hall
(5) Talmud Torah school (16) Church
(6) Hekdesh (poor house) (17) Community center (Polish: gamine)
(7) Little bridge (18) Post office
(8) Bathhouse (19) Castle
(9) Cemetery (20) Embankment/dam
(10) Small cemetery (21) Old town
(11) Butcher shop (22) Mass grave



[Translator's Note: The Hebrew text at the top middle of the left page, kvarot achim, means “brothers' graves”, a mass burial site. The map shows the location of the mass graves. The sign at the bottom left of the left page shows the road to Kremenets. The sign about 1/3 of the way up from the left bottom of the left page points to Lanovits. The sign at the bottom of the right page shows the road to Pochayev.]


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