Újfehértó Religious Locations

Újfehértó had a synagogue, mikvah and cemetery.
The Jews of Újfehértó worshiped in the village synagogue
and were usually buried in the village cemetery.
(Refer to the map below)

General Map of Újfehértó c. 1910
Map: Copyright ©2009 by Marshall J. KATZ,
Permission granted for use on this KehilaLink page.

If you have Google Earth installed on your computer, once the program starts, click the "Fly to" tab and copy and paste the coordinates below into the space provided. Then click the search button to "fly there."
47°48'06.77"N 21°39'32.39"E
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Újfehértó Religious Locations in 1870
Source: Újfehértó Zsidósagá
by Jozsef BUCZKO, Hungary
Varosi Muzeum, Újfehértó, HU - Copyright © 1998

Annotated from memory by Jozsef BUCZKO, Hungary

[click image and use Ctrl + to enlarge.]

1 = Synagogue, 2 = Slaughterhouse, 3 = Rabbi's house, 4 = Jewish school, 5 = Mikvah, 6 = Shochet's house

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Created by:
Marshall J. KATZ, USA
Compiled by:
Eugene KATZ, USA
with assistance from
Jozsef BUCZKO, Hungary
Amos Israel ZEZMER, France
and the following

JewishGen members/descendants and
contributors of Újfehértó Jewish families:

Eugene KATZ, USA

Updated: 24 August 2020

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Eugene Katz
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