Jews from Klevan were murdered and buried at a mass grave plot at this site in 1941. This isolated, though semi- urban hillside was not landmarked and possessed no sign or marker when initially visited by ESJF surveyors. The site is accessed by turning directly off a public road. A private road then leads directly to the site. This large site contains many original tombstones. The area was cleaned by the ESJF in the summer of 2015.