Category:Jüdischer Friedhof Endingen

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English: Beginning in 1603, the deceased Jews of the Surbtal communities were buried on a small Rhein river island, the so-called Judenäule ("Jew's island") which was leased by the Jewish community. As the island was repeatedly flooded and devastated, in 1750 the Surbtal Jews asked the Tagsatzung to establish a cemetery in the vicinity of their communities in the Surb valley. In 1750 the Tagsatzung 'allowed' the Jewish communities of Endingen and Lengnau to acquire woodland on a small hill between Endingen and Lengnau to establish the Jüdischer Friedhof Endingen (Endingen cemetery) The cemetery has been expanded several times; based on an 1859 agreement, two-fifths of the cemetery belong to the Israelite community of Lengnau, and three-fifths to the Israelite community of Endingen.
Object location 47° 31′ 58.44″ N, 8° 18′ 32.94″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap. View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Maps - Google Earth - Proximityrama info Edit coordinates on Wikidata (discrepancy of 20 meters between the above coordinates and the ones stored on Wikidata)
Jewish cemetery of Endingen 
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Jewish cemetery in Endingen
Instance of Jewish cemetery,
Location Endingen, canton of Aargau, Endingen, Switzerland
Located at street address
  • Vorderdorfstrasse 1
Heritage designation
  • class A Swiss cultural property of national significance
Authority control

47° 31′ 58.44″ N, 8° 18′ 32.04″ E

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