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Photos of Modern Kovel - Album Six

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Site where Jewish massacre took place outside Kovel.  Courtesy of Lynne Siegel

Memorial to murdered Jews, outside Kovel. Courtesy of Lynne Siegl

Part new, part old house that may once have been a Jewish home, across street from where the cemetery was.  Courtesy of Lynne Siegel

Outdoor market.  Courtesy of Lynne Siegel

Train passing Kovel station. Courtesy of Lynne Siegel

Painted over Star of David on former Great Synagogue, now a factory.  Courtesy of Lynne Siegel

Possibly site of where the old Jewish market was located.  Courtesy of Lynne Siegel

Site where the Jewish cemetery used to exist. Courtesy of Lynne Siegel

Palace of Culture on site where old Jewish cemetery existed.  Courtesy of Lynne Siegel

Old picture of the drugstore.  Courtesy of Mark Heckman

The drugstore building still stands today. 

The railway station now.

Memorial to destroyed Jewish communities, including Kovel, at the Forest of Martyrs at the Jerusalem Mountains.  Courtesy of Ilan Ganot

Memorial to destroyed Jewish communities, including Kovel, at the Forest of Martyrs at the Jerusalem Mountains. Courtesy of Ilan Ganot

Photo of Kovel plaque at memorial to destroyed Jewish communities at the Forest of Martyrs at the Jerusalem Mountains.  Courtesy of Ilan Ganot

These photos were contributed by Anat Shabo Perlmutter, Nitza Gross and Menachem Davidson, all from Israel, who visited Kovel in 2012

Tarbut Gimnnasium.  

City Hall Square 



Copyright © 2009 Bruce Drake

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