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The New Jewish Cemetery

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Eckenheimer Landstr. 238, 60320 Frankfurt, Hesse Germany
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Deutsche Nationalbibliothek (German national library) (ex Nibelungenallee / Deutsche Bibliothek)Frankfurt U-Bahn15 min
Sigmund-Freud-StraßeFrankfurt U-Bahn19 min
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DMGAmes_Iowa wrote a review Sep 2015
Ames, Iowa526 contributions238 helpful votes
The New Jewish Cemetery is the burial ground for many historical Jewish figures as well as other citizens of Frankfurt in the 19th and 20th centuries. The well maintained grounds give this cemetery a pleasant park-like appearance. A sobering Holocaust memorial stands near the entrance to the cemetery. Some individual gravestones and cenotaphs note that individuals were murdered at Nazi death camps. Many Frankfurt Jews who committed suicide rather than be deported to death camps are buried in a separate section. Men visiting this cemetery should wear a cap or hat as a sign of respect. Cemetery closed on Saturdays and Jewish holy days.
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