June 30, 2017

We are pleased to announce the completion of the new fence at the Jewish cemetery of Mynay in Ukrainian Transcarpathia

Until the Shoah Uzhgorod was one of the centers of Jewish life in Ukrainian Transcarpathia. Plenty of Jewish communities existed in today’s city suburbs.

Mynay in Uzhgorod raion also had its own cemetery, however, after the World War II it was abandoned and vastly neglected. It took about a month’s work and 10 trucks to take out all the garbage, but now the cemetery is clean and well-maintained.

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