The Jewish cemetery in Dalsheim was already built in the 16th century (1579). He was then occupied by the Jewish communities in the area until the 1930s. There are about 150 tombstones preserved. The cemetery area covers 17.58 ares. The cemetery is one of the best preserved and worth seeing cemeteries of Rheinhessen.
May 27, 2019
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