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Kolín - Jewish cemetery - old

Kolín - Jewish cemetery - old

The old cemetery was apparently established 1418 and there are more than 2500 tombstones found here.

Kolín

Benešov - new Jewish cemetery

Benešov - new Jewish cemetery

The new cemetery was founded in 1883 and part of the historical tombstones from the old cemetery was moved here.

Benešov

Benešov - old Jewish cemetery

Benešov - old Jewish cemetery

The old cemetery was founded in the 17th century and after 1980 was transformed into a park, with several of the tombstones left as decorations. The new cemetery was founded in 1883 and part of the historical tombstones from the old cemetery was moved here.

Benešov

Beroun - Jewish cemetery

Beroun - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery from the second half of the 19th century.

Beroun

Blevice - Jewish cemetery

Blevice - Jewish cemetery

The cemetery was founded probably in the 17th century and includes valuable Baroque and Classicist tombstones.

Blevice

Bohostice - Jewish cemetery

Bohostice - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery with tombstones from the first half of the 18th century.

Bohostice

Bosyně - Jewish cemetery - remains

Bosyně - Jewish cemetery - remains

The remains of a cemetery from the 18th century.

Bosyně

Brandýs nad Labem - synagogue

Brandýs nad Labem - synagogue

The synagogue was built in 1829 in place of two older synagogues destroyed by fires in 1787 and 1827. It is a simple Classicist building with two-floor women’s gallery.

Na potoce 140/8, Brandýs nad Labem

Brandýs nad Labem - Jewish cemetery

Brandýs nad Labem - Jewish cemetery

A very valuable cemetery from 1568 with Renaissance and Baroque tombstones. The oldest tombstone is from 1572.

Brandýs nad Labem

Březnice - Jewish ghetto, synagogue

Březnice - Jewish ghetto, synagogue

The synagogue is situated in the centre of a small ghetto called Lokšany. It was established in the first half of the 18th century after a forced Jewish resettlement and includes 24 Baroque houses, the best known being the Popper Palace. The ghetto lies next to the square and is connected by a narrow passage.

Lokšany 664, Březnice

Březnice - Jewish cemetery

Březnice - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery from the beginning of the 17th century to the north of the town.

Březnice

Byšice - Jewish cemetery

Byšice - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery apparently from the beginning of the 17th century with tombstones from the first half of the 18th century.

Byšice

Čáslav - Jewish section of the town cemetery

Čáslav - Jewish section of the town cemetery

The cemetery was founded in 1884 and used until the World War II. There is a monument from 1949 to the victims of Nazism.

Čáslav

Čáslav - synagogue

Čáslav - synagogue

The synagogue was built in 1900 in so-called Moorish style, with wooden coffered ceiling and a wooden women’s gallery with ornamental painting.

Masarykova 111/29, Čáslav

Čelina - Jewish cemetery

Čelina - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery probably from the 18th century with tombstones from the beginning of the 19th century.

Čelina

Divišov - synagogue

Divišov - synagogue

The synagogue was built in the half of the 19th century in Classicist style with an apse. After 1957 it was rebuilt into a hairdresser shop, the exterior has been preserved.

Šternberská 158, Divišov

Dobříš - synagogue

Dobříš - synagogue

The synagogue was built in 1904 in Neo-Romanesque style by the architect A. Richter. It faces north, which is unique in the CZ. After 1945 the main tower was removed and the synagogue was adapted into a community centre.

Dobříš

Dobříš - Jewish cemetery

Dobříš - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery of unknown age was enlarged in 1781 and 1863. The oldest tombstone is from 1650. After 1985 the cemetery was markedly diminished but it still contains valuable Baroque tombstones.

Dobříš

Dolní Cetno - Jewish cemetery

Dolní Cetno - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery probably from 1869.

Dolní Cetno

Drážkov - synagogue

Drážkov - synagogue

The synagogue was built in 1852. In 1954 it was reconstructed into a municipal office, medical centre, etc.

čp. 33, Drážkov

Homeland studies museum in Nymburk

Homeland studies museum in Nymburk

A synagogue from 1892 was adapted to a town museum.

Eliščina třída, Nymburk

Hořovice - synagogue

Hořovice - synagogue

A simple synagogue from 1903. Inside is a memorial plaque from 1904. The building is today used as a chapel of the evangelic Bohemian Brethren Church.

Valdecká 408/1, Hořovice

Hostomice - Jewish cemetery

Hostomice - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery from 1837.

Hostomice

Hostouň - old Jewish cemetery

Hostouň - old Jewish cemetery

Approximately 40 tombstones have been preserved in the premises that were used until 1848.

Hostouň

Hostouň - new Jewish cemetery

Hostouň - new Jewish cemetery

The oldest tombstones in the new cemetery are from 1839. About 340 tombstones have been preserved from 1856-1936.

Hostouň

Kamenná - Jewish cemetery

Kamenná - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery with tombstones from the second half of the 18th century.

Lazsko

Kladno - Jewish cemetery

Kladno - Jewish cemetery

The cemetery was founded in 1889 and is still used for burials.

Kladno

Kladno - synagogue

Kladno - synagogue

The synagogue was built in 1884 in eclectic style with Neo-Renaissance features. There is the original wooden women’s gallery and a stone mitzvah in the façade.

Kladno

Kolín - Jewish ghetto, synagogue

Kolín - Jewish ghetto, synagogue

Kolín used to be an important centre of Jewish culture and education. The Jewish settlement here dates as far back as the 14th century. The ghetto was located in the southwest part of the city. The synagogue was built in a courtyard and has a preserved Baroque aron-ha-kodesh and stucco decorations.

Kolín

Kolín - Jewish cemetery - new

Kolín - Jewish cemetery - new

The cemetery was established in 1887. During World War II it was destroyed by an air raid. In 1989 the ceremonial hall was demolished, which originally served as a chapel.

Kolín

Kosova Hora - Jewish ghetto, synagogue

Kosova Hora - Jewish ghetto, synagogue

The Jewish settlement here dates back to the 16th century. The ghetto laid in the northwest part of the town and there are preserved several houses around a square, the school, and a Baroque synagogue from 1740.

Kosova Hora

Kosova Hora - Jewish cemetery

Kosova Hora - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery probably from 1580, the oldest legible tombstones are from the second half of the 18th century.

Kosova Hora

Kostelec nad Labem - Jewish cemetery

Kostelec nad Labem - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery from 1594 with tombstones from the first half of the 19th century.

Kostelec nad Labem

Kostelec u Křížků - Jewish cemetery

Kostelec u Křížků - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery of unknown age with Baroque and Classicist tombstones. The oldest tombstone is from 1724.

Kostelec u Křížků

Kouřim - Jewish section of the town cemetery

Kouřim - Jewish section of the town cemetery

The municipal cemetery from the end of the 19th century, with a Jewish section.

Kouřim

Kovanice - Jewish cemetery

Kovanice - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery from 1830 with the grave of Franz Kafka’s grandmother.

Kovanice

Kralupy nad Vltavou - synagogue

Kralupy nad Vltavou - synagogue

A synagogue from 1873 today used by the choir of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church.

S. K. Neumanna 88, Kralupy nad Vltavou

Křinec - Jewish cemetery

Křinec - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery from 1884.

Křinec

Liteň - Jewish cemetery

Liteň - Jewish cemetery

Very well preserved cemetery was founded in 1680 and includes Baroque and Classicist tombstones. The last wooden gravestone from 1843 is in the State Jewish Museum in Prague.

Liteň

Malešov - Jewish cemetery

Malešov - Jewish cemetery

The cemetery was probably founded in the 18th century. The oldest legible tombstone is from the half of the 18th century.

Malešov

Měchnov - Jewish cemetery

Měchnov - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery from 1776 with legible Baroque and Classicist tombstones from the end of the 18th century.

Divišov, Měchnov

Mořina - Jewish cemetery

Mořina - Jewish cemetery

The cemetery founded in 1736, with the oldest tombstone from 1741, includes some 150 Baroque and Classicist tombstones. On the morgue is a Latin-Hebrew plaque dating to the foundation of the cemetery.

Mořina

Načeradec - Jewish cemetery

Načeradec - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery from the second half of the 17th century.

Načeradec

Neveklov - Jewish cemetery

Neveklov - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery with tombstones from the half of the 18th century.

Neveklov

Nové Strašecí - Jewish cemetery

Nové Strašecí - Jewish cemetery

The wall of the old cemetery from the 17th century, demolished after 1952. The new cemetery is from 1835.

Nové Strašecí

Nové Strašecí - Jewish houses, synagogue

Nové Strašecí - Jewish houses, synagogue

A small ghetto from the 18th century, with a synagogue from 1856 – 58, which is now used by the choir of the Czechoslovak Hussite church.

Aloise Jiráska 432, Nové Strašecí

Plaňany - synagogue

Plaňany - synagogue

A synagogue probably from 1864 has been adapted for the choir of the Czechoslovak Hussite church.

Plaňany

Poděbrady - Jewish section of the town cemetery

Poděbrady - Jewish section of the town cemetery

The cemetery was founded in 1898; some tombstones had been removed during the World War II. The cemetery is still being used today.

Poděbrady

Prague-Uhříněves - Jewish cemetery

Prague-Uhříněves - Jewish cemetery

Cemetery of unknown age with tombstones from the beginning of the 18th century.

Čestlice

Pravonín - Jewish cemetery

Pravonín - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery with tombstones probably from the first half of the 19th century.

Pravonín

Příbram - Jewish cemetery

Příbram - Jewish cemetery

Cemetery from the second half of the 19zh century.

Příbram

Rakovník - Jewish cemetery

Rakovník - Jewish cemetery

The cemetery lying at the town edge was founded in 1635.

Rakovník

Rakovník - Jewish ghetto, synagogue

Rakovník - Jewish ghetto, synagogue

The Jewish settlement in this place dates back to the 15th century. Of the former ghetto remain some 10 houses in the north part of the town, a Baroque synagogue from 1763 – 64, which serves as a concert hall, the Jewish school and rabbinate used now as a gallery.

Rakovník

Spomyšl - Jewish cemetery

Spomyšl - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery probably from the 17th century with tombstones from the first half of the 18th century.

Spomyšl

Třebotov - Jewish cemetery

Třebotov - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery from the second half of the 18th century.

Třebotov

Uhlířské Janovice - synagogue

Uhlířské Janovice - synagogue

A synagogue from the end of the 18th century, completely rebuilt in 1914.

Zdravotní 111, Uhlířské Janovice

Votice - Jewish cemetery

Votice - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery from the 16th century with tombstones from the beginning of the 18th century.

Votice

Zalužany - Jewish cemetery - remains

Zalužany - Jewish cemetery - remains

A cemetery from 1740.

Zalužany

Zalužany - synagogue

Zalužany - synagogue

The Empire style synagogue from the first half of the 19th century is being used as a workshop.

čp. 34, Zalužany

Velvary - synagogue

Velvary - synagogue

A functionalistic synagogue from 1931 adapted for the use of an art school.

Karla Krohna 527, Velvary

Drážkov - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery of unknown age with the oldest legible tombstone from 1681. The cemetery includes many valuable Baroque and Classicist tombstones. In the morgue stands a ritual table for cleaning the dead bodies.

Drážkov

Mělník - Jewish cemetery

The cemetery was founded in 1878 and was used until the World War II.

Mělník

Městec Králové - Jewish section of the town cemetery

A cemetery probably from the end of the 19th century.

Městec Králové

Městec Králové - synagogue

The synagogue from 1894 was reconstructed into a choir of the Czech Hussite Church.

5. května 313, Městec Králové

Mořina-čtvrť - synagogue

A synagogue of unknown age, firstly documented in the 19th century, was abolished after 1907. Later the building was adapted to a gymnasium, lastly rebuilt in 1928. Today it is used as living premises.

č.p. 59, Mořina

Načeradec - synagogue

Načeradec - synagogue

A synagogue from the half of the 19th century is today used as a storage place.

Načeradec

Neustupov - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery with tombstones from the end of the 17th century.

Neustupov

Neveklov - synagogue

The synagogue from the 17th century was rebuilt in the 19th century.

Neveklov

Písková Lhota - Zámostí - Jewish cemetery

Cemetery with tombstones from the beginning of the 18th century.

Písková Lhota

Postřižín - Jewish cemetery

Cemetery from the beginning of the 19th century.

Postřižín

Praskolesy - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery probably from 1863.

Praskolesy

Prčice - Jewish cemetery

Cemetery of unknown age with tombstones from the second half of the 18th century.

Prčice

Přistoupim - Jewish cemetery

The cemetery was founded probably in the half of the 18th century. It includes very valuable tombstones in Baroque and Classicist style.

Přistoupim

Přistoupim - synagogue

The synagogue was built around 1842 in Neo-Romanesque style. Today it is used as a library. Above the entrance are Ten Commandments carved in a stone.

čp. 80, Přistoupim

Slaný - synagogue

The synagogue from 1865 and a Jewish school are used as an archive.

Slaný

Slaný - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery from 1881 with ceremonial hall from 1931.

Slaný

Strančice - Jewish cemetery - remains

A small remnant of a cemetery from the end of the 19th century. The cemetery was demolished in 1964.

Strančice

Strančice - synagogue

A synagogue from 1849 is today used as a storage place.

Revoluční 33, Strančice

Studený - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery probably from 1700.

Studený

Svinařov - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery from 1858.

Svinařov

Trhový Štěpánov - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery probably from 1434 or from the 17th century with legible tombstones from 1711.

Trhový Štěpánov

Vlašim - Jewish cemetery - remains

The remnants of a cemetery from the 19th century.

Vlašim

Vojkovice - synagogue

The remnants of a synagogue from 1808 – 14 built in simple Classicist style. Today remain only the external walls around a courtyard.

Vojkovice

Všeradice - synagogue

A synagogue from the first half of the 19th century; remains of a Jewish quarter.

čp. 2, Všeradice

Zásmuky - synagogue

The synagogue from the second half of the 19th century is now being used by the choir of the Evangelic Bohemian Brethren Church.

Zásmuky

Zbraslavice - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery from the end of the 18th century with tombstones from the 19th century.

Zbraslavice

Zderaz - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery probably from the 15th century is firstly documented in the 17th century and contains tombstones from the 18th century.

Zderaz

Zderaz - synagogue

A synagogue from the second half of the 19th century is today used as a storage place.

Zderaz

Zlonice - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery probably from the 17th century with tombstones from the second half of the 18th century.

Zlonice

Hostouň - Jewish houses

A synagogue from the first half of the 19th century.

Hostouň

Votice - Jewish quarter

Small remnants of a ghetto.

Votice


Events

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Regional Museum in Kolín - Dvořak's Museum of Prehistory (Kolín)

Fri 5/23/2019 - Wed 3/30/2021

(Obraz zemědělství v socialistickém realismu)

Kačina - chateau and museum (Svatý Mikuláš)

Mon 5/10/2020 - Thu 12/30/2020

(Z domácnosti našich babiček)

(Rožďalovice)

Wed 10/6/2020 - Fri 1/28/2021

(Sladkosti na Kolínsku: Z historie výroby čokolády, cukrovinek a kávových náhražek)

(Kolín)

Tue 10/19/2020 - Sun 2/27/2021

(Den otevřených památek)

Church of St. Barbora (Kutná Hora), Church o f St. Jacob (Kutná Hora), Church of the Virgin Mary in Náměť (Kutná Hora)

Wed 12/9/2020 9:00 - 15:00


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