Strzyzow New Jewish Cemetery
2, Bohaterów Getta Street.
Is the cemetery demolished
Type and height of existing fence
There is a metal fence. At the entrance to the cemetery there is a plaque with the inscription: "The fence of the cemetery was built by the Nissenbaum family foundation - Warsaw, in agreement with Rabbi Samuel Teitelbaum, Rabbi Josef Chaim Frenkel, Rabbi Abraham Frenkel from New York."
Fenced and protected Jewish cemetery
General site condition
The cemetery was demolished however the gravestones were returned to the cemetery. The cemetery is in good condition and well taken care of. The tombstones can be found on the sides of the cemetery, after they were recovered and returned to the cemetery in the 90's. There is also a fallen tombstone outside of the cemetery.
Number of existing gravestones
100. The tombstones were returned to the cemetery in the 1990's. 91 tombstones or their pieces lie along the fence, 1 tombstone lies outside the fence at the NW corner. About 20 fragments of tombstones are piled in the cemetery.
Date of oldest tombstone
Date of newest tombstone
Urgency of erecting a fence
Fence is not needed
Preserved construction on site
There is an ohel dedicated to Rabbi Alter Zeew Horowitz. His matzevot is decorated with lions supporting the crown, and the inscription below reads: “The Lord's Ark was taken from us by force. We walked in the light of his teachings and instructions, he taught us wisdom and knowledge, a rabbi and guide, he lived 45 years in our community. May the merits of his teachings and prayers protect us. Woe to us who remain like a flock without a shepherd. On Pesach evening, we made a holy sacrifice". The first letters of each line, read vertically, form the name of the deceased: Alter Zeew.