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City: Prague

Europe's oldest surviving Jewish graveyard was established in the first half of the 15th century. On the left wall before the entrance is a plaque detailing conservation efforts (which cost 1 million crowns per year). Over 20,000 people are buried in about twelve layers of graves, stacked to save space. The most prominent person buried in the cemetery is undoubtedly the great religious scholar and teacher Yehuda ben Bezalel known as the Maharal Rabbi Loew.

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