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linia 2011-09-08 RADOSZYCE

The Foundation for the Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland erected a fence surrounding the Jewish cemetery in Radoszyce. Between 2010-2011 the wall was built along with a gate and the access road to the cemetery was renovated. The works were carried out in cooperation with the local Forest Authority (Nadlesnictwo Ruda Maleniecka). Funds were raised by the descendants of Radoszyce Jews from Israel and the USA.

Jewish cemetery in Radoszyce was established in the 18th century. The grave of Rabbi Issachar Ber Baron, Tzaddik of Radoszyce and disciple of the Seer from Lublin, is located on the cemetery grounds. His ohel is annually visited by his disciples.


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JEWISH CEMETERY IN RADOSZYCE - SEPTEMBER 2011
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