Hradec Králové region - Jewish monuments
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Chlumec nad Cidlinou - Jewish section of the town cemetery
A Jewish section on the communal cemetery from the beginning of the 20th century.
Address: Chlumec nad Cidlinou
Hradec Králové - Jewish cemetery
The cemetery was founded in 1877 and is still used for burials. There is also a monument to Nazi victims, built in 1950.
Address: Za Kostelem 2/127, Hradec Králové
Hradec Králové - synagogue
The building was designed in the Moorish style Václav Weinzettel and was built as a replacement for the synagogue, which was built in the yard of a rabbinic house in Rokytanská Street. The building houses a large prayer hall, apartment for the rabbi, shamash, caretaker and a meeting room with an archive...
Address: Pospíšilova 395/1, Hradec Králové
Nový Bydžov - Jewish cemetery
This Jewish cemetery is the third oldest in Bohemia. The oldest tombstone dates to 1577. There are 1480 tombstones, mostly from the 17th and 18th century. The tombstones are made mainly of sandstone and are decorated with relief symbols. There is also an interesting tombstone of Enoch Wolf, with a wolf...
Address: Nový Bydžov
Nový Bydžov - synagogue
The synagogue and the cemetery are the only preserved parts of the ghetto. Today it is used as the chapel of the Evangelic church of the Bohemian Brethren.
Telephone: 733 358 264, 606 215 162, 721 577 872
Address: U Památníku č.p. 1156, Nový Bydžov
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