Češi pohřbení v polském oddělení katolického hřbitova v Jeruzalémě
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CZECHS BURIED IN THE POLISH QUARTER IN THE CATHOLIC CEMETERY IN JERUSALEM
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The Catholic cemetery in Jerusalem is located on the southern slope of Mount Zion, close to the Old City of Jerusalem. Three tombs of Czechs are in the Polish quarter in the cemetery. The largest number of Polish tombs dates back to 1941-1948, and the Second World War refugees - soldiers and their families - are buried there. Czechs buried in this part of the cemetery are: soldiers Jindra Blazek (1914-1943) and Jiri Linhart (1920-1944), as well as businessman of Jewish origin Leo Perutz (1890-1944).
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