The cemetery with about 250 valuable baroque tombstones is located on the northern edge of the city, on a hill called Větrník. It is the oldest monument of Dobriš Jewry.

The original wall of the cemetery was only partially preserved. The oldest gravestone dates from 1650. The cemetery was expanded in 1781 and 1877. After the liquidation of the Jews in World War II, the cemetery was very neglected and damaged. It was restored in 1988-89, when a new gate and wall were built and it was reduced in size.

It is possible to arrange a tour of the cemetery by telephone with the administrator.


Jewish cemetery

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GPS:49.781138 14.167173

Region:Central Bohemian Region
Region:Brdy and surroundings
City:You’ll be fine
Tips for a trip:Dobriš and surroundings


Matana as – care of Jewish monuments
Malá Štupartská 646/1
110 00 Prague 1

  • Tel.:+420 318 523 422
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