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ALTERNATE NAMES: CHERNIVTSI [UKR], CHERNEVTSY [RUS], CHERNIVITZ [YID], CZERNIEJOWCE [POL], KLEYN-TSHERNEVITS, CERNIVCI, CERNEVŢI, CHERNEVTSI, TSCHERNEWZI, ÇERNIVTSI, Russian: Черневцы. Ukrainian: Чернівці. קליין־טשערנעוויץ Yiddish: 48°32' N, 28°07' E, 50 miles S of Vinnitsa, 21 miles NNW of Yampil (Yampol), 16 miles ENE of Mohyliv-Podilskyy (Mogilëv-Podolskiy). Not the major city calledChernivtsi (Cernăuţi, Czernowitz), in Bukovina (former Austrian Empire).]. Jewish population: 2,274 (in 1897), 1,455 (in 1939)

CEMETERY:

Podolian Chernivtsi had a large Jewish community, The size of the cemetery is a surprise. In the center are a couple of abandoned houses - once the home of Jewish families. Source: FROM CHERNIVTSI TO CHERNIVTSI [June 2015]

 



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