The Tovačov Jewish cemetery at Podvalí was begun in the 17th century on the ignominious site of the ...
The cemetery was opened in 1882; in 1956 tombstones were transferred from the old cemetery, which ...
The cemetery was established in 1554 and has survived in its original appearance and size.
The first Jewish cemetery in Úsov existed as early as the mid-15th century.
Located in the Education and Information Centre on Masarykovo náměstí (Masaryk Square).
Jews began to settle in Mohelnice after the year 1848. At the end of the 19th century there were ne ...
The synagogue was reconstructed in 1805 – 1806 in the Classicist style. The building was used ...
The synagogue in Přerov serves today as the Orthodox Church of Sts. Cyril and Methodius.
The uniqueness of the Hranice synagogue has to do with its position. Because of lack of space betwe ...
The Jewish community in Kojetín is witnessed today by its synagogue which is perhaps the oldest in ...
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