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Dolní Kounice - Jewish ghetto, synagogue.

Dolní Kounice - Jewish ghetto, synagogue

The ghetto consisting of two small squares and several streets is documented in the 16th century. The synagogue probably resulted from a reconstruction of an older one in the 17th century. It was adapted...
tel.: 513030427

Address: U Synagogy, Dolní Kounice

Brno - synagogue.

Brno - synagogue

This functionalistic synagogue from 1934 – 36 is today the only one still used for its purpose in Moravia and Silesia.
tel.: 544509622

Address: Skořepka 13, Brno

Dolní Kounice - Jewish quarter.

Dolní Kounice - Jewish quarter

Only 34 of the houses are standing from the original 82 houses in U Synagogy St., U škrobárny St. and Skalní St. The row of houses have a baroque core, however many of them have already been reconstructed...

Address: Dolní Kounice

Dolní Kounice - Jewish cemetery.

Dolní Kounice - Jewish cemetery

The cemetery was founded after 1680; the oldest tombstone is from 1688. There are valuable Baroque and Classicist tombstones.

Address: Dolní Kounice

Ivančice - Jewish cemetery.

Ivančice - Jewish cemetery

The cemetery includes many Renaissance, Baroque and Classicist tombstones. The oldest legible tombstone is from 1552.
tel.: 546437280

Address: Ivančice

Ivanovice na Hané - Jewish cemetery.

Ivanovice na Hané - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery of unknown age with tombstones from the beginning of the 17th century.

Address: Ivanovice na Hané

Ivanovice na Hané - Jewish ghetto, synagogue.

Ivanovice na Hané - Jewish ghetto, synagogue

The remnants of a large Jewish quarter, the Classicist synagogue of unknown age is used by the choir of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church.

Address: Ivanovice na Hané

Slavkov u Brna - Jewish cemetery.

Slavkov u Brna - Jewish cemetery

The cemetery is situated among agricultural land in an irregular shape, enclosed by a brick wall. There is a semi-circle arched gateway on the south side, through which hearses drove into the cemetery...

Address: Slavkov u Brna

Vyškov - synagogue.

Vyškov - synagogue

The Synagogue built in the neo-Romanesque style in 1885. Services ended before 1929. In 1931-54 the building was used as the town museum and then as the chapel of the Czechoslovakian Hussite religion from...

Address: Vyškov

Brno-Židenice - Jewish cemetery.

Brno-Židenice - Jewish cemetery

The cemetery was founded in 1852. Behind the Neo-Romanesque ceremonial hall from 1900 we find the cemetery with some 9 000 tombstones.
tel.: 544526737

Address: Nezamyslova 27, Brno

Bučovice - Jewish cemetery.

Bučovice - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery of unknown age with tombstones from the 18th century.

Address: Bučovice

Ivančice - Jewish ghetto, synagogue

The Jewish settlement is allegedly from the 13th century. Today are preserved 52 houses including school, bathhouse and a synagogue from 1853.

Address: Ivančice

Rousínov - Jewish cemetery.

Rousínov - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery of unknown age, the oldest legible tombstone is from 1695. The cemetery includes valuable Baroque and Classicist tombstones.

Address: Rousínov

Rousínov - Jewish ghetto, synagogue.

Rousínov - Jewish ghetto, synagogue

The ghetto probably developed between the 16th and 19th century. It was ravaged by fires and by plundering troops. Most of the houses are preserved after some reconstructions. A synagogue of unknown age...

Address: Rousínov

Vyškov - Jewish cemetery.

Vyškov - Jewish cemetery

The cemetery founded at the end of the 19th century contains only few graves. The rest of the unused area has been turned into a market gardening.

Address: Vyškov

Educational and cultural centre of Jewish Museum in Prague


tel.: 544509651, 775054790

Address: tř. Kpt. Jaroše 3, Brno

Bučovice - Jewish ghetto - remains

A small remnant of a ghetto. The synagogue was built in 1853 and demolished in 1966.

Address: Bučovice

Boskovice - Jewish ghetto, synagogue.

Boskovice - Jewish ghetto, synagogue

The ghetto creates an urban complex, established probably in the 15th century. It is an ancient monument. The synagogue called “maior” was built in 1698 and adapted in Neo-Gothic style in the second half...
tel.: 516452077

Address: Boskovice

Boskovice - Jewish cemetery.

Boskovice - Jewish cemetery

One of the largest preserved cemeteries in the Czech Republic, with Baroque and Classicist tombstones.

Address: Boskovice

Lomnice - Jewish ghetto, synagogue.

Lomnice - Jewish ghetto, synagogue

The Jewish settlement dates back to the 17th century. The Jewish quarter with a square creates an interesting urban complex with 35 houses and a late Baroque synagogue from 1780 – 85. After reconstruction...

Address: Lomnice

Lomnice - Jewish cemetery.

Lomnice - Jewish cemetery

Old Jewish cemetery with almost one thousand tombstones, the oldest of which dates back to the beginning of the 18th century.

Address: Lomnice

Municipal museum and gallery - synagogue.

Municipal museum and gallery - synagogue

In 1888 renovations were performed in the neo-Romanesque style with the implementation of Moresque elements in the interior. The Synagogue is a hall building divided into three sides by tribunals, which...
tel.: 519326636

Address: U tržiště 10, Břeclav

Břeclav - Jewish cemetery.

Břeclav - Jewish cemetery

The Jewisch Cemetery was probably founded after the mid-seventeenth century and completed in 1892 according to the design of a Vienesse architect Franz Neumann. Its area of 7.136 m2 is covered with approximately...

Address: Břeclav

Mikulov - Jewish ghetto, Horní synagogue.

Mikulov - Jewish ghetto, Horní synagogue

Mikulov used to be the intellectual, cultural and political centre of Moravian Jews. The Jewish settlement dates back to the 14th century. From the half of the 16th century until 1851 it was also the seat...
tel.: 727914223

Address: Husova 1523/13, Mikulov

Mikulov - Jewish cemetery.

Mikulov - Jewish cemetery

The cemetery is unique for its age (it was founded in the 15th century) and also for its 4000 tombstones in Renaissance, Baroque and Classicist style.
tel.: 519512368

Address: Mikulov

Pohořelice - Jewish cemetery.

Pohořelice - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery of unknown age, the oldest tombstone is from 1676.

Address: Pohořelice

Břeclav - Jewish ghetto

The Jewish settlement from the 15th century is documented by 35 houses in the Jewish quarter and a Neo-Romanesque synagogue from 1868, which is today used as a community centre.

Address: Břeclav

Hustopeče - Jewish cemetery.

Hustopeče - Jewish cemetery

The cemetery was established in 1886, then abolished in the 1980s and replaced by a park. A simple monument now stands here in reminder of the former cemetery.

Address: Svat. Čecha, Hustopeče

Hustopeče - synagogue.

Hustopeče - synagogue

A synagogue from 1880 or 1890 is today used as a workshop.

Address: Mrštíkova 7, Hustopeče

Mikulov - mikva.

Mikulov - mikva

Medieval Jewish ritual bath from the 16th or 17th century, which served for symbolic cleansing rituals of Orthodox Jews. It was found in the cellar of one of the residential homes, completely preserved...
tel.: 519510855, 519512368

Address: Mikulov

Podivín - Jewish cemetery.

Podivín - Jewish cemetery

At the cemetery entrance there is an oriental type ceremonial hall dating into the half of the 19th century, with a small museum. The oldest recognizable tombstone dates from 1694.

Address: Podivín

Podivín - Jewish ghetto

The Jewish settlement dates to the 17th century. The oddity here is that the Jewish quarter is divided into two separated parts. Today 70 houses remain intact, including the school and bath.

Address: Podivín

Lednice - Jewish ghetto

The remains of a Jewish quarter.

Address: Lednice

Pohořelice - Jewish ghetto

The ghetto has existed at the beginning of the 17th century.

Address: Pohořelice

Uherské Hradiště - synagogue.

Uherské Hradiště - synagogue

In 1904 the Synagogue was rebuilt in the art nouveau style and completed with a copula. It was destroyed by the Nazis during the Second World War. Following the war it served for cultural purposes. The...
tel.: 572551250

Address: Velehradská třída 714, Uherské Hradiště

Bzenec - Jewish ghetto.

Bzenec - Jewish ghetto

The ghetto probably existed in the 14th century but is documented only in the second half of the 16th century. It had been destroyed by fires and wars, some of the houses are preserved.

Address: Bzenec

Bzenec - Jewish cemetery.

Bzenec - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery of unknown age with valuable Baroque and Classicist tombstones from the 17th century. There is also a monument from 1956, to the victims of Nazism.

Address: Bzenec

Dambořice - Jewish cemetery.

Dambořice - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery probably from the 17th century with tombstones from 1700.

Address: Dambořice

Hodonín - Jewish cemetery - old (remains) and new.

Hodonín - Jewish cemetery - old (remains) and new

The old cemetery was probably founded in 1620 and in 1947 was transformed to a park of the writer Gabriela Preissová. Most of the tombstones were removed into the new cemetery. In the park are only several...

Address: Hodonín

Strážnice - Jewish ghetto, synagogue and cemetery.

Strážnice - Jewish ghetto, synagogue and cemetery

The Jewish settlement dates back to the 13th century. Today still stands about half of the original houses, including a hospital, school, bathhouse and a Classicist synagogue from 1804 with sun dial and...
tel.: 737849303

Address: Strážnice

Veselí nad Moravou - Jewish cemetery.

Veselí nad Moravou - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery with tombstones from the second half of the 18th century.
tel.: 518322786, 518322639, 602595221

Address: Veselí nad Moravou

St. Philip and Jacob's Church.

St. Philip and Jacob's Church


tel.: 572648738

Address: Kostelní, Dolní Němčí

Uherský Brod - Jewish cemetery.

Uherský Brod - Jewish cemetery

The new cemetery was founded in 1870 and is still being used for burials. There are 80 old Baroque and Classicist tombstones brought from the old cemetery, which was devastated during the Nazi occupation...

Address: Uherský Brod

Uherský Ostroh - Jewish cemetery.

Uherský Ostroh - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery from 1863 with tombstones from the 16th century brought from an older cemetery, which was demolished after 1950.

Address: Uherský Ostroh

Velká nad Veličkou - Jewish cemetery.

Velká nad Veličkou - Jewish cemetery

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

Address: Velká nad Veličkou

Veselí nad Moravou - Jewish street, synagogue.

Veselí nad Moravou - Jewish street, synagogue

A Jewish street, the synagogue from the 19th century is now used as a storage place.

Address: Veselí nad Moravou

Slavkov - Jewish cemetery.

Slavkov - Jewish cemetery

Address: Slavkov

Dambořice - Jewish ghetto

A large Jewish quarter. A synagogue of unknown age was demolished in 1948.

Address: Dambořice

Uherský Brod - Jewish ghetto - remains

Only several original houses were preserved because after the World War II the Jewish quarter was demolished and replaced by a housing estate. The Jewish settlement was first documented here in the 16th...

Address: Uherský Brod

Uherský Ostroh - Jewish ghetto

A preserved Jewish street.

Address: Uherský Ostroh

Moravský Krumlov - Jewish cemetery.

Moravský Krumlov - Jewish cemetery

Burial sight established in the 16th century at the latest, with the oldest legible tombstone dating back to 1653, containing 500 tombstones with valuable baroque and classical style monuments. A number...

Address: Moravský Krumlov

Šafov - Jewish cemetery.

Šafov - Jewish cemetery

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

Address: Šafov

Znojmo - Jewish cemetery.

Znojmo - Jewish cemetery

The new cemetery was founded in 1868, because the old one was destroyed after Jews were expelled. In 1869 there were buried the bones found in the place of the old cemetery – the grave is marked by an...

Address: Znojmo

Miroslav - Jewish cemetery.

Miroslav - Jewish cemetery

Cemetery with tombstones from the 17th century.

Address: Miroslav

Miroslav - Jewish ghetto - remains, synagogue.

Miroslav - Jewish ghetto - remains, synagogue

The remains of a ghetto almost destroyed by bombing in 1945. The synagogue from 1845 was reconstructed into a community centre.

Address: Miroslav

Znojmo - Jewish street.

Znojmo - Jewish street

A Jewish street documented already in the first half of the 14th century. The Jews had been expelled in 1454 – 1848, after that the Jewish community was renewed.

Address: Znojmo

Jiřice u Miroslavi - Jewish cemetery.

Jiřice u Miroslavi - Jewish cemetery

A cemetery with tombstones from the end of the 17th century, devastated by Nazis.

Address: Jiřice u Miroslavi

Moravský Krumlov - Jewish ghetto

The ghetto was almost destroyed by bombing in 1945, there is a remnant of the Jewish quarter in the city centre.

Address: Moravský Krumlov

Šafov - Jewish ghetto - remains

The remains of a ghetto with Jewish hall and school adapted to a community centre.

Address: Šafov