Jewish Cemetery Innsbruck (Westfriedhof)
In 1864, the Innsbruck Jewish community was given an area of the municipal Western Cemetery to establish a new Jewish cemetery. It contains, among other things, graves of Jewish soldiers from all parts of the Monarchy who fell in Tyrol during World War I and a memorial plaque for the victims of the Shoa. Guided tours can be organized through the Jewish Community in Innsbruck if required. The cemetery is freely accessible to the public.
Fritz-Pregl-Straße 2, 6020 Innsbruck, Tyrol | show on map
KG 81136, EZ 655, GSt 1068, TZ 14189/2009, protected monument
Area in m²
City of Innsbruck
The owner of this cemetery has not filed an application to receive a subsidy from the Fund for the Restoration of the Jewish Cemeteries in Austria.