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Jewish cemetery

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Location quite unlike similar in other parts of the city. Very clean. We see that graves is visiting by people they remember. Kindness and respect is felt in the air. It is not gloomy feeling as to the Smolensk cemetery. Not occur here and there to cut off delivery of scrap metal fences graves, broken crosses and other signs of vandals.

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