|| The New Cemetery was created between 1791 and 1792. It is located at 93 Spacerowa street. It's acreage is 13ha with about 3.000 matzevot. The eldest tombstone dates back to 1794. There is an ohel of the famous tzaddik Chaim David Bernhard (1758-1858) which was reconstructed after the WWII and mass-graves of the Holocaust victims with a monument commemorating victims of the Piotrkow ghetto.|
This cemetery is rounded by a brick wall with two gates.
To get to the cemetery you need to take bus line "0" and get out on the "Spacerowa-Partyzantów" or "Spacerowa-Rolnicza" bus-stops. You can also walk there. It's about 1,5 km fom the Rynek Trybunalski - marked with B on the map - (Market Sq.). It should take you abour 20 minutes.
Here is a map of Piotrkow with exact location of the cemetery ("Cmentarz zydowski") - marked with A on the map: