48°17′29″N 8°34′21″E. Oberndorf lies in the Neckar Valley between the Black Forest and the Swabian Jura on the river Neckar, 15 km N of Rottweil. The Autobahn A 81 is nearby, with the Oberndorf exit about halfway between Stuttgart and Konstanz. The train line Stuttgart-Zürich-Milan goes directly through Oberndorf.
- Website of the Central Archives of Heidelberg with information to the Jewish cemetery Oberndorf [Mar 2013]
- Information page with photos to the Jewish cemetery in Oberndorf (. Ulm University, Centre for Continuing Education Working Group general Ries): click here
- website of the city Bopfingen [Mar 2013]
- Jewish cemetery: Oberndorf Jews first were buried in Wallerstein and Aufhausen at a private cemetery. In 1825, a cemetery was established here at the Karksteinstraße, parcel 217/2, area 26.93 a). A Holocaust memorial is here and at Aufhausen Bopfingen since 1985. Former concentration camp prisoners and displaced persons housed since 1945 in the area died (Wasseralfingen / eels) are buried here. The cemetery has been documented several times until 1948. 1998 Landesdenkmalamt Baden-Württemberg documentation of the cemetery notes 479 gravestones visible. map and photos. pdf of cemetery with photos.photos. [Mar 2013]
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