Alternate name: Oedenburg. The restored Sopron synagogue is a Jewish Museum operated by the government. Nearby tombstones reveal that Jews had settled here about 650 A.D. Source: Freedman, Warren. World Guide for the Jewish Traveler.. NY: E.P. Dutton Inc, 1984.
BOOK: Magyarosz gi zsid¢ feliratok (Jewish inscriptions in Hungary), by A. Scheiber. Budapest, 1960. 365 pages, illustrated, Hungarian. 61B144. Notes: 114 tombstones (not complete), 1278-1683, some biographies, chronological index, index of museums possessing the stones, index of houses from which stones have been excavated, personal names index. Source: Printed Books on Jewish cemeteries in the Jewish National and University Library in Jerusalem: an annotated bibliography. Jerusalem: The Israel Genealogical Society, 1997 by Mathilde Tagger.
Tomalon Street Jewish Cemetery: Address: Tómalom Street 22. Hours: 8-16.00 Grand cemetery opened in 1863. [February 2009]
Jewish Cemetery: Orthodox cemetery opened in 1911. [February 2009]
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