The Abandoned Ruins of the Collective Farm
The purpose of these pictures is certainly not to serve any aesthetic purpose, but rather to show the tragic disposition of the tombstones in the Seta Jewish Cemetery. The Jewish Cemetery was destroyed not during the War, but rather by the Communists in 1949, who transported the tombstones from the cemetery across the Obelis river to use in building the foundation of a collective farm. The farm is now abandoned and in ruins and there is no evidence at all that what is embedded in the concrete was once the Seta Jewish tombstones. In order to reach the collective farm from Seta, one has to cross a bridge consisting of two narrow tubes and no handrail. Click here to see a picture of the bridge.
Click here to see how the Seta Jewish Cemetery looks today
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