Gomel City Pictures


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General view of Rumiantsevskaya street Feldmarshalskaya
Great Synagogue Paskevich Palace Paskevich Palace
Barzanaya street

Unidentified street

Railroad station
Zamkovaya street and railroad station Women's High School post office
Gimnazicheskaya Street Beit Yaacov
(only Jewish synagogue
in Gomel today. Formerly known as Rosh Pino)
Site of old
Jewish cemetary
Site of old
Jewish cemetery
Building for the Chevra Kadisha Home of
Nahum Alexander
(famous eye doctor)
Jewish prayer house during the Soviet period Building where the poor received food Site of old
Jewish synagogue
Factory of Frumkin
(owned by a Jewish man and employed many Jews)
4 minute video of a Jewish cemetery that is being repaired
(this is a large file)
pre-war wooden house
Jewish cemetery in Belitsa    

More pictures can be seen at:

Last Jewish Houses in Gomel  


Compiled by: Paul Zoglin
Updated: September 2017
Copyright © 2009 Paul Zoglin



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