During my trip I visited one of the biggest Jewish cemeteries in Eastern Europe.
For centuries, Brody was one of the most historically significant centers of Jewish life in Eastern Europe. In the early 19th century, Jews comprised almost 90% of the population.
On the Jewish cemetery almost 5,000 inscribed and decorated gravestones have survived, dating from about 1834 to 1939, many of them six feet tall.
They stand close to one another in hundreds of rows and the view is incredible.
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