Once, Prague was a flourishing center for Jewish culture. Then World War II happened, and much of that population was exiled or transported to concentration camps, their communities and relics destroyed. The oldest surviving Jewish Cemetery, however, is a testament to the people who made the city home. With the earliest tomb dating back to 1439, this cemetery contains over 12,000 uneven headstones packed closely together, jutting out of the ground for an asymmetrical but beautiful resting ground.
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