Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Poland: Jewish tombstones used as building materials

 Via Times of Israel:
The Jewish tombstones found in Warsaw are believed to come from the Brodno cemetery in the Polish capital’s Praga district. Once the resting place for 300,000 Jews, only 3,000 tombstones remain there today. The rest were removed during and after the war, used as building materials and to reinforce the Vistula’s banks.  more

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