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Cmentarz Żydowski przy ul. Lotniczej 51 we Wrocławiu (tzw. Nowy Cmentarz Żydowski) – piąta największa nekropolia żydowska w Polsce (zaraz po Łodzi, Warszawie, Krakowie  i Białymstoku). Zajmuje on powierzchnię ok. 11 hektarów, która pokryta jest niezwykłymi nagrobkami, znajdującymi się wśród powalonych drzew i obecnego wszędzie bluszczu. Jego powstanie było związane z brakiem miejsca na Starym Cmentarzu Żydowskim przy ul. Ślężnej.

Źródło: http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nowy_Cmentarz_%C5%BBydowski_we_Wroc%C5%82awiu

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