MOSCOW/MOVSKA: Central Federal District Print

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  • Vostryakovo Cemetery: Thirty graves were desecrated in the Jewish section of Moscow's Vostryakovo Cemetery in 1998. Eight tombstones were damaged beyond repair during the attack. Source: World Jewry World Jewish Congress, 501 Madison Ave., NY, NY 10022, August 1998

  • Lev Krichevsky of JTA Moscow is interested in the cemetery. [June 2003]
  • gravestones with names and dates [Apr 2014]
  • Khovanskoye Cemetery:

  • wikipedia article [Apr 2014] Khovanskoye Cemetery is the largest cemetery in Europe, covering more than 1,970,000 m2 (21,200,000 sq ft)[2] It is divided into three smaller parts:
  • Khovanskoye Central Cemetery, which was established in 1972 and covers 877,200 m2 (9,442,000 sq ft),
  • Khovanskoye Northern Cemetery, founded in 1978 and covering 600,000 m2 (6,500,000 sq ft), gravestone photos with names and dates. [Apr 2014]
  • Khovanskoye Western Cemetery, which was established in 1992 and covers 501,200 m2 (5,395,000 sq ft). gravestone photos with names and dates. [Apr 2014]
  • burial listing without a cemetery specified [Apr 2014]
Last Updated on Friday, 11 April 2014 14:27