Aw: Re: [Cz-L] An Unresolved Riddle in Sniatyn

From: Christian Herrmann <>
Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2017 22:36:55 +0200
To: iosif vaisman <>
Reply-To: Christian Herrmann <>

Thank you, dear Iosif, for the explanation. It helps to understand what happened and what we found - or not found.
Warm wishes from Czernowitz,

Gesendet: Samstag, 15. Juli 2017 um 02:41 Uhr
Von: "iosif vaisman" <>
An: "Christian Herrmann" <>
Cc: "Czernowitz Mailing-Liste" <>
Betreff: Re: [Cz-L] An Unresolved Riddle in Sniatyn
Dear Christian,

As far as I know, both Jewish cemeteries were indeed located next to
each other, north of the modern Shevchenka St. near the Christian
cemetery. I believe that part of the Jewish cemetery located to the
east of the existing one was destroyed in the 1970-ies.The industrial
zone between Shevchenka St and Polyova St, in particular the
construction company at 9-G Polyova St are built partly on the land
that was once the Jewish cemetery. However, some of the gravestones in
your photos are clearly pre-WWI, those areas might be parts of the old


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