The Seta Jewish Cemetery
These are the grounds where the Seta Jewish cemetery once stood. In taking the photos, I deliberately included all the grass in the foreground to show the extent of its size. While the tombstones have been destroyed, mercifully the remains of those interred here rest undisturbed. The marble monument is not a tombstone, but rather is a memorial to the Jews of Shat who were murdered in the Holocaust.
Click here to see how the Seta Jewish cemetery looked in 1937
Click here to find out what happened to the tombstones
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