Jewish Gravestones Used to Build Wall Around Christian Cemetery in Polish Town

Along with photos of the gravestones being uprooted, one can also see that some were incorporated into a playground for local residents

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The wall of a bulding, consisting of jewish  gravestones.
The wall of a bulding, consisting of jewish gravestones.Credit: Meir Bulka
Ofer Aderet
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Poles removing gravestones of Jews during the Communist regime in Poland.Credit: Meir Bulka
A desecrated Jewish cemetery in Poland.Credit: Meir Bulka



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