Jewish Monuments

Closed on Saturdays and Jewish holidays.

Jewish Cemetery

Židovský hřbitov v Pacově
Established in 1680, its oldest tombstones date from the 18th century. A permanent local Jewish history exhibition was mounted in the mortuary in 2005. The cemetery is open all year round except Saturdays and other Jewish holidays. (see website).


Synagoga Pacov
The synagogue was built in 1823. The fire in 1864 left only its perimeter walls standing; the rest was rebuilt later. Striving to restore the building and use it for educational and cultural purposes, the Tikkun Pacov Synagogue Association NGO bought it in 2018 with the help of private donors and local municipality. The synagogue is now open to public during occasional events organized by the association. In 2020 it was declared a Cultural Monument.(see website)

  • it is closed to the public

Nová Cerekev Synagogue and Cemetery

Hřbitov Nová Cerekev
The synagogue was built in Moorish Revival style in the mid-19th century. The old Jewish cemetery was established around 1600. (synagogue, cemetery).

  • Accessible by advance booking via Ms Libuše Hodíková (phone number 607 231 986)
  • Distance: 10mi (Pacov to Nová Cerekev via Pošná, Proseč u Pošné, and Čížkov)

Jewish Cemetery, Hořepník

Hřbitov Hořepník
Established in the early 17th century. Around 100 tombstones of various ages can be seen at the 17,000ft2 site. (see website).

  • Freely accessible
  • Distance: 10 km (Pacov, Březina, Hořepník)

Jewish Cemetery, Košetice

Hřbitov Košetice
Located a mile southeast of the village in the middle of the woods above the Hrozný Žlab foot trail. Established before 1711 (see website).

  • Freely accessible
  • Distance: 12mi (Pacov, Březina, Hořepník, Arneštovice, Košetice)

Jewish Cemetery, Lukavec

Hřbitov Lukavec
Located 270yd north of the village square amidst private lands. The access road was created in 2002. Established before 1724 when it was first mentioned in writing (see website).

  • Freely accessible
  • Distance: 8mi (Pacov, Salačova Lhota, Lukavec)

Černovice Jewish Cemetery and Holocaust Memorial

Hřbitov Černovice
Reachable via the red-marked tourist trail, the cemetery is located 550yd north of the town. Families of Černovice, Nová Včelnice, and Kamenice nad Lipou established the cemetery before 1695 (perhaps as early as the mid-17th century). The mortuary contains a small exhibition (see website).

  • Accessible by advance booking via Mr Alfred Teller (phone number 776 631 248)
  • Distance: 8.5mi (Pacov, Eš, Věžná, Černovice)

Jewish Cemetery in Antonka, Kamenice nad Lipou

Hřbitov Černovice
Located a mile northeast of the town in the woods near a byroad connecting Kamenice with Častrov via Antonka. It was established in 1803 and remained in use until WWII. (see website).

  • Freely accessible
  • Distance: 15.5mi (Pacov, Eš, Kámen, Lidmaň, Těmice, Kamenice nad Lipou, Antonka)