Historic Jewish cemetery in Vilnius to be protected by state

An old Jewish cemetery site in Vilnius should be listed as a cultural heritage object under state protection, suggests Diana Varnaitė, the director of the Cultural Heritage Department.
The old Jewish cemetery, 1963-1965

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