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Only preserved Jewish cemetery in Slovenia to be used by Jewish community again

Lendava/Dolga vas, 4 July - The eastern-most Slovenian town of Lendava and the Jewish Association of Slovenia have signed an agreement under which the association, only recently established and recognised as a congregation by the state, will use the only preserved Jewish cemetery in the country. The move is understood as a unique symbol of reviving Jewish tradition.

Dolga Vas
Entrance to the Jewish cemetery in Dolga Vas, the only preserved Jewish cemetery in Slovenia.
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