This spot is a fantastic place which I visit every time when I am in Worms. Since I am not jewish or not believeing in any good, the place just offers a feeling of peace and quietness within a city and gives you some relaxation. The fact that many important people from the jewish culture are burried there does not matter to me, but that the oldest grave is a bout 1000 years old is impressive. For me the jewish cementery is the most important sight Worms has, despite Dom, Lutter and so on. Btw, it is the oldest jewish cemetery of Europe as far as I know
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