Visit to Old Jewish Cemetery, Prague, Czech Republic

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29 Responses

  1. Sylvia K says:

    Let us hope we never, ever have to witness, experience anything like this ever, ever again! Such a very moving, heartbreaking post! May we never forget! I love your last shot, Indrani! Yes, there is hope! Thank you for this!


  2. Carver says:

    Heartbreaking and touching post. Your photographs are very moving.

  3. Andrea says:

    Oh I see this cemetery twice today, the other one is from JM of It looks like you are on the same thoughts while posting, and Prague is a place i earnestly wants to see!

  4. kanak7 says:

    Fascinating post, Indrani! Interesting to read the information. Twelve layers…that's a lot of layers!

  5. These are as amazing and inspiring, and they are heart-breaking.

  6. Cloudia says:

    This is my favorite post of ANY
    in a long time. You touch the face of the ineffable!

    Aloha from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral

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  7. Wow , i have been to this place two times in less than 24 hours .

  8. jewaicious says:

    What beautiful and emotional captures of mood. Life and death, blending together, in several realms.

    I have always wanted to visit this cemetery.

  9. Ebie says:

    Very moving and a very touching post.

    I was also at the Memorial Cemetery the other day, with service men as young as 21.

    I love your poetic closing words, there is hope!

  10. Leovi says:

    Beautiful photos of a beautiful character impregnated romanticist.

  11. Brilliant images.

  12. This is a beautiful post…from both your words and your photos. Thanks for sharing!

  13. eileeninmd says:

    What a beautiful and moving post, Indrani! Your photos are amazing! Thanks for sharing. I hope you have a lovely week!

  14. Rajesh says:

    Very moving post.

  15. Gary says:

    Well done memorial,Indrani!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River Canada.

  16. these headstones are beautiful. a beautiful, moving post. thanks for sharing.

  17. George says:

    I think seeing this synagogue and cemetery would be heart-breaking, knowing what happened to so many people during the Holocaust. The pictures from the cemetery are sad, but also have a quiet dignity. Thank you for including the last shot.

  18. Heart rending but beautiful post especially of the children's art. Amazing too how the cemetery had up to 12 layers of graves.

  19. ashok says:

    painful history…

  20. Pietro says:

    Very touching post, with fascinating images.

  21. Anna says:

    Your photo's are so delicate and so beautiful , Indrani !
    Greetings from Holland,
    Anna :-))

  22. Hilary says:

    Very touching and solomn. What a horrible time it was for humanity.

  23. Vaish says:

    It's such a heart wrenching moment when we heard the stories of people who were buried there.

  24. VaishVijay says:

    It is sad that humanity was at its worst during WWII! I can understand how depressing it must have been to enter that site.

  25. Ash says:

    Moving post, Indrani!

  26. Touching! I too follow the practice of not photographing if not permitted

  27. what a moving post!