|BAD HONNEF: North Rhine-Westphalia|
50°38′42″N 7°13′37″E, Bad Honnef is a spa town near Bonn in the Rhein-Sieg district on the border of the neighboring state Rhineland-Palatinate. To the north are the slopes of the Drachenfels ("Dragons's Rock") mountain, part of the Siebengebirge. A mineral spring called the Drachenquelle ("Dragon Spring") discovered in 1897 turned Honnef from a wine-growing town to a spa town for both drinking and bathing. The villages of Aegidienberg, Selhof and Rhöndorf are considered to be part of Bad Honnef.
53604 North Rhine-Westphalia (Gerz) / Selhoferstrasse Cemetery: The Jewish cemetery is located in the district of Bad Honnef Selhof on the northeastern and upper end of the district to about 115 m above sea level. NN . The oldest cemetery of the city was occupied by 1666 and 1947 with still 84 grave stones visible. Until 1851, the cemetery was owned by the Jewish community of Honnef . Before there were probably still in Jewish cemeteries in Rommersdorf and near the parish church of St. Johann Baptist . The cemetery is characterized by its tall trees of life. In the cemetery there is a Holocaust memorial erected in 1968 by the city of Bad Honnef. Since 1966, the cemetery is landmarked, owned by the National Federation of the Jewish Communities of North Rhine. photos. photo. photos. [Sep 2012]
The Jewish cemetery is located in the district of Bad Honnef Selhof the city of Bad Honnef in the Rhine-Sieg-Kreis ( Rhine-Westphalia ). It is located on the northeastern and upper end of the district to about 115 m above sea level. NN .
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