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linia 2021-03-29 Visits to the cemetery in Słubice with FODZ volunteer

From June 1, 2021, free visits to the Jewish cemetery in Słubice  by students, tourists and journalists will be possible under the supervision of a volunteer of FODZ, after prior appointment, if necessary also with historical commentary in Polish or German. To make an appointment, please contact us at: roland.semik@gmail.com

The Jewish cemetery, originally in Kunowice, then for several centuries in the right-bank suburb of Frankfurt (Oder- Dammvorstadt) and finally since 1945 on the territory of Słubice is a historical necropolis from the 13th century, on which Jews probably rest remembering the location of the city in 1253. The oldest mention of the Cemetery dates back to July 2, 1399, and the last official burial took place on 11 December 1944.



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