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Kozma Cemetery

Kozma utca 6, Budapest 1108, Hungary
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Some ruins too

For people who like (especially the ones who like photographing) ruins, this may be an option. Some... read more

Reviewed November 13, 2016
g_marianaa
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Sao Paulo, SP
Fascinating Site

The cemetery was locked when we arrived at 3pm on the tram. We found a gate open in the Orthodox... read more

Reviewed September 20, 2016
Zaruka53
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Urbana, Illinois
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Nov 13, 2016
“Some ruins too”
Sep 20, 2016
“Fascinating Site”
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Kozma utca 6, Budapest 1108, Hungary
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Reviewed November 13, 2016

For people who like (especially the ones who like photographing) ruins, this may be an option. Some graveyards are preserved, but most of them are falling apart and partialy taken by the vegetation. An interesting detail is the difference between the tombs: while some are...More

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Reviewed September 20, 2016

The cemetery was locked when we arrived at 3pm on the tram. We found a gate open in the Orthodox section and hiked in. We had to traverse some difficult places but finally arrived to the "newer" section. One has no concept of how really...More

1  Thank Zaruka53
Reviewed May 20, 2016

An old Jewish cemetery that was been overtaken by nature. This is by far one of the most unique experiences I have had in all my travels. Crypts, tombstones and many designed by famous artists at the time. If you have a car park across...More

1  Thank Helgakvioa
Reviewed May 4, 2016

At the turn of the 19th and 20th Centuries Budapest was one of the leading developing and trendsetting capitals of Europe, especially regarding architecture. Have you seen any of Ödön Lechner, the architect's works of art? The Museum of Applied Arts on Üllői út? The...More

1  Thank Navigator67
Reviewed April 25, 2016 via mobile

I have visited the Jewish cemetery of Kozma. The Jewish cemetery gives a reminder of how vibrant reach an large was the Jewish community in Budapest prior to WWll with amazing graves. After WWll there is a chilly reminder of mass graves of jews that...More

2  Thank David R
Reviewed October 7, 2011

On my mother's visit to her father's grave a couple of years ago in Budapest she came back home crying and very upset that she couldn't find her father's grave because it has turned into a jungle. After my mother passed away I had a...More

6  Thank MiriMargaret
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