Jewish Cemetery St. Pölten neu

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Description

The new Jewish cemetery in St. Pölten opened in 1906. It adjoins the municipal cemetery. It consists of around 180 graves; the historic tahara house has been preserved. A mass grave is the final resting place for the remains of at least 228 Hungarian-Jewish forced labourers who were shot by the SS in Hofamt Priel near Persenbeug on the night of 2nd to 3rd May 1945. The key can be obtained from the cemetery administration at the main entrance.

Karlstettner Straße 3, 3100 St. Pölten, Lower Austria | show on map

Cadastral Data

KG 19544, EZ 3901, GSt .754, TZ 5695/2007, protected monument
KG 19544, EZ 3901, GSt 1186/1, TZ 5695/2007, protected monument
KG 19544, EZ 3901, GSt 1187, TZ 5695/2007, protected monument

Area in m²

6,205

Owner

Jewish Community Vienna

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