Cemeteries in Tel Aviv District

Cemeteries in Tel Aviv District, Israel

Tel Aviv District Cemeteries

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  • glennharrold
    Scotland, UK3,040 contributions
    Interesting wandering amongst the graves and monuments - only downside is there is no map or guide to indicate who is buried where!
    Written September 28, 2019
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  • saul g
    Tel Aviv, Israel1,099 contributions
    Founded in 1842 , this small , old and very interesting cemetery (AKA Anglican cemetery) , is hidden all the way at the the end of a narrow alley located between 19 & 21 Yeffet Str. , only a few minutes away from the Flea Market . Unfortunately it is in a very neglected state , but do not give up : walk all the way in the small alley until you arrive at an iron gate at the end of the small houses courtyard , and you will discover the grave of the famous Dr. Thomas Hodgkin , and other grave of lesser known people but with very interesting/tragic stories behind their names .
    Written April 2, 2021
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  • saul g
    Tel Aviv, Israel1,099 contributions
    AKA Ajami cemetery , located only a few minutes walk from Jaffa port , this old cemetery was founded in 1840 , by Rabbi Yehuda Halevi (AKA Yehuda Margoza) - main Rabbi of Jaffa . The name Margoza is a wrong translation from Hebrew : It should be MeRagusa meaning - from Ragusa (or Dubrovnik) in Croatia , where Rabbi Yehuda Halevi studied in his youth . The Rabbi is buried here .
    Google up this cemetery to learn about its history and while walking around in the area (the bustling Flea Market is also a few minutes away) - pop in : It is interesting.
    Written April 2, 2021
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