Cemetery records provided by Chesed Shel Emet, mitzvatemet.com The Jewish cemetery in the town of Kalinkovichy (Kalinkovichi. Gomel region, Republic of Belarus) is one of the largest in the country. Located in the Central part of the city. The first local burial dated to the 40th of the last century. Last - 2000-ies today are officially allowed subburials on the fenced plots. This cemetery is divided into two sectors: Jewish takes about 99% of the territory, on the second floor there are graves of other nationalities, in particular, are here found last the rest of the Orthodox residents of Kalinkovichi. The majority of the monuments found in the cemetery, made in accordance with Jewish cultural traditions: minimalist design, traditional Hebrew inscriptions on, tombs of precious marble. Meet and brick vaults. The Jewish cemetery in the town of Kalinkovichy is in a dilapidated condition. Gentrify some of the graves, which involved the relatives of the deceased or organization that provides services to care for the graves on the territory of the Republic of Belarus.