Velikiye Luchki Religious


~ Religious Life ~

In 1877, Jewish families residing in Velikiye Luchki attended synagogue in Uj-Dávidháza (Nove Davydkovo) and they probably used the nearby cemetery of the adjoining village, Ó-Dávidháza (Stare Davydkovo), as the final resting place for their loved ones.

By 1941, Velikiye Luchki had a synagogue, mikva, prayer house and a cemetery.



~ Synagogue ~

Following are photos of remnants of the former synagogue.

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Synagogue plot
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Remnant of synagogue foundation
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Prayer house
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~ Cemetery ~

Following are photos of the cemetery plot and remnants of the tombstones.

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Tombstone remnants
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Cemetery location I
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Cemetery location II
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Updated: 12 June 2011

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