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Not a true tourist attraction, but a very interesting placee to visit

Check opening times before you travel, but Beth Haim is worth a visit. One of the oldest jewish... read more

Reviewed 16 July 2017
werdlerswereld
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
An amazing tour.

This is *not* a show-up-and-walk-around place, please do not go there without letting them know... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2016
Berry W
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16 Jul 2017
“Not a true tourist attraction, but a very interesting placee to visit”
6 Feb 2017
“Old Jewish Cemetery”
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Kerkstraat 10, 1191 JB Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Amstelveen, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 16 July 2017

Check opening times before you travel, but Beth Haim is worth a visit. One of the oldest jewish cemeteries in western Europe, some very remarkable tombstones and its relevance for Amsterdam history cannot be denied

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Reviewed 6 February 2017

This old cemetery has a history. This place is a little bit far from the Amsterdam City Centre. The location is near the Amstel river. I saw the graveyard self is a bit neglected but perhaps they just let the grass grow wild so that...More

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Reviewed 10 July 2016

This is *not* a show-up-and-walk-around place, please do not go there without letting them know you're coming. My wife arranged (weeks before) to see if she could find the graves of some ancestors, and we were met at the gate. The tour we were given...More

2  Thank Berry W
Reviewed 11 July 2015

Long after the expulsion of 1497 Sephardi Jews started burying their dead in a cemetery of their own in the early 17th century in Ouderkerk aan de Amstel. There they bought a piece of land adjacent to the river Amstel. There are close to 30000...More

2  Thank dancing-freak
Reviewed 17 May 2015

This small Jewish cemetery was started in the early 1600's and boasts many famous people buried there including the parents of Spinoza and friends of Rembrandt and many more. The graves are typical of Sephardic Jews from Iberia, with Spanish and Portuguese names. The cemetery...More

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