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Jewish Cemetery in Mariánské Lázně


Category: Jewish Sites and Cemeteries Region: Mariánské Lázně and its surroundings Town: Mariánské Lázně


The Jewish cemetery in Mariánské Lázně was founded in 1875. It is one of the youngest Jewish burial grounds in the district of Cheb. It is located along to road to Velká Hleďsebe.

During the Crystal Night, the Nazis completely devastated the cemetery and took away most of the tombstones. Tombstones (some of them quite valuable) from the cemeteries in Tachov and Kynžvart were moved here after World War II. The cemetery was restored and it currently serves as a burial ground for the Jewish community.


The cemetery is open to the public except for Saturdays and Jewish holidays.


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