1983 photo: martyrs'' memorials on the wall of the auxiliary building at Kazinczy F. utca and 1983 photo: synagogue building at Kazinczy F. utca with a martyrs' memorial in the foreground. JewishGen Shtetlink.
Avas Hill Cemetery: Jewish Cemetery of Avas can be found on Avas Mountain on Mendikás Road. The old, closed Jewish cemetery is on Rónai street. [February 2009]
Above Miskolc from high on Avas Hill in the southern section of the city, the cemeterywas established in 1759 and is still active. In 1997, some sections were well-kempt, while others were wild. The burial register on site covers no internments prior to 1905. Burial registers for the 19th century existed in 1937 and may have been destroyed during WWII. Older graves generally are in the less well kept sections of the cemetery. Many are broken, unreadable or gone. photo, photo in 1997. photos 2005-2007 [February 2009]
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