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In the Uber car, heading to the Old Jewish Cemetery, St. Thomas Church across the river.
Entering the Pinkas Synagogue after getting our tickets.
Pinkas Synagogue, Praha, Czechia
Panels of names of victims of the Czech and Moravian Holocaust victims.
Pinkas Synagogue, Praha, Czechia
More of the 77,297 names of the victims of the Holocaust.
Pinkas Synagogue, Praha, Czechia
The synagogue was turned into a memorial for the Holocaust victims.
Pinkas Synagogue, Praha, Czechia
Closeup of the panels with the Holocaust victims' names.
Pinkas Synagogue, Praha, Czechia
Looking down on the gallery from above.
Pinkas Synagogue, Praha, Czechia
Out to the cemetery. The older stones have flat tops.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Many old stones
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Going counterclockwise around the cemetery, starting around the south side.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
A newer stone standing out against the older stones
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Maimonides' tomb in the distance.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Blackbird amongst the gravestones.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Very crowded in the older section, sometimes up to 10 deep.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Walking amidst the stones.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
How does the pink stone stay pink?
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Going around from the south side to the east side
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
I believe this is Lithodora, or Grace Ward.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
I like the contrast of the lighter and darker stones.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Stacking of the stones.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
A small snail exploring a leaning stone.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Stone in the light
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Back to the middle of the south side for another superwide shot.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Stones in the morning light and shadows.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Slightly newer stone with a triangular top, and the purple flowers of the ground cover.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Small stones set on the tops of some of the gravestones.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Notes and prayers left on headstones.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Spring with the trees starting to bud in late March.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Stones and chips on a gravestone.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Some of the stones on the east side with the sun coming onto the buildings to the west.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Some of the different flowers in the cemetery
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Stones for more prayers.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Newer gravestone
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Back to a more crowded part of the cemetery.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Stacked stones of a different type
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Leaning stones in the shade.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Fragments of gothic tombstones from the mid 14th century
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Notes left in the niches.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
More niches, more notes.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Stones in the morning sun.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Wall with more recovered headstones.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Maimonides' tomb, from the north side.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Oblique morning sun making the inscriptions stand out better.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
A pair of blessing hands, headstone of a Cohen.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Different blue flowers for ground cover.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
A mossy stone.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Delicate pinks on the backs of these stones.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Northwest corner of the cemetery.
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Headstone of Rabbi Loew
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
Many notes and prayers for Rabbi Loew
Old Jewish Cemetery, Praha, Czechia
In the Uber car, heading to the Old Jewish Cemetery, St. Thomas Church across the river. Entering the Pinkas Synagogue after getting our tickets. Panels of names of victims of the Czech and Moravian Holocaust victims. More of the 77,297 names of the victims of the Holocaust. The synagogue was turned into a memorial for the Holocaust victims. Closeup of the panels with the Holocaust victims' names. Looking down on the gallery from above. Out to the cemetery.  The older stones have flat tops. Many old stones Going counterclockwise around the cemetery, starting around the south side. A newer stone standing out against the older stones Maimonides' tomb in the distance. Blackbird amongst the gravestones. Very crowded in the older section, sometimes up to 10 deep. Walking amidst the stones. How does the pink stone stay pink? Going around from the south side to the east side I believe this is Lithodora, or Grace Ward. I like the contrast of the lighter and darker stones. Stacking of the stones. A small snail exploring a leaning stone. Stone in the light Back to the middle of the south side for another superwide shot. Stones in the morning light and shadows. Slightly newer stone with a triangular top, and the purple flowers of the ground cover. Small stones set on the tops of some of the gravestones. Notes and prayers left on headstones. Spring with the trees starting to bud in late March. Stones and chips on a gravestone. Some of the stones on the east side with the sun coming onto the buildings to the west. Some of the different flowers in the cemetery Stones for more prayers. Newer gravestone Back to a more crowded part of the cemetery. Stacked stones of a different type Leaning stones in the shade. Fragments of gothic tombstones from the mid 14th century Notes left in the niches. More niches, more notes. Stones in the morning sun. Wall with more recovered headstones. Maimonides' tomb, from the north side. Oblique morning sun making the inscriptions stand out better. A pair of blessing hands, headstone of a Cohen. Different blue flowers for ground cover. A mossy stone. Delicate pinks on the backs of these stones. Northwest corner of the cemetery. Headstone of Rabbi Loew Many notes and prayers for Rabbi Loew
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