- Burial ground since 1831 for the Jewish communities of Radautz and its surroundings: Putna,  Arbore, Solca, Brodina etc.

- 7000 graves, two hectares of sacred ground, 4 km out of town "on the way to Marginea" (the  nearby village)

- First identified grave dated 1831, is of a Cholera victim, the "Schoichet" Goldschlager.

- Inscriptions in German, Hebrew, Yiddish, Romanian, Ukrainian.

-Burial sections for post WW2, for inter-war, and pre WW1 graves and then...the Cholera plots, a historical "black hole"

-The Cemetery is administered by the Jewish Community located at Aleea Primaverii 11 Radauti. Phone/Fax 40-230-561333 daily from 9:00-15:00.

- Radautz Cemetery 2005" is a joint reconstruction project of the Radautz Diaspora and Israeli ex Radautz residents.

- Progressively, we will post on this web site, grave identification, maps, photographs, deciphered  inscriptions, for genealogical research and information for interested parties. Individual enquiries are welcomed.(See also recent article of "Die Stimme" )

- For general background, visit and consult our "Bibliography of Jewish Bukowina"  


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© 2006 Bondy Stenzler