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Hello Blog!

Nice work, Jeromer! Works well. But it would be nice to have a direct link from the location right to “Compose a New Post”. Can it work that way?

I found the file with this post on my hard drive. I think it’s the ceremonial hall at the Cz. cemetery entrance. Who can make some use of these plans? Best to everyone!

Bruce Reisch

Old Plan for the Leichenhalle at the entrance to the Czernowitz Jewish Cemetery (?)

Old Plan for the Leichenhalle at the entrance to the Czernowitz Jewish Cemetery (?)

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