Jewish Burial Grounds

Jewish Burial Grounds

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The Burial Ground Dates back to the mid 1700's. Historically burial had to be outside the city limits, and a Jewish burial ground must face East towards Jerusalem. The burial ground was full by the mid 1960's, and has recently been restored. The area is good for walking, and cemetaries and burial grounds are often important areas for nature.


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Rosehill Quarry 3 taken by Paul Gadsby

Rosehill Quarry 3 taken by Paul Gadsby

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