Feodosia Karaite Jewish Cemetery
The cemetery is located opposite to 26, Evreiska Street.
Is the cemetery demolished
Type and height of existing fence
The site is partially fenced. There is a 1.5m high stone wall along the western side of the cemetery.
Unfenced Jewish cemetery
General site condition
The site is currently mainly wasteland with some bushes. The site was partially restored in 2008.
Number of existing gravestones
120. Some 25 tombstones are preserved at “Stamboli Datcha” (No.47 Kurortnaya Street.), 4 (including one dated to 1502) are kept in the lapidarium of The Feodosia Museum of Antiquites (No.11 Aivazovsky avenue; closed to the public) and 3 are located at a private house in Koktebel. At “Stamboli Datcha” there is a cenotaph dedicated to Solomon Krym who died in France in 1936 and one of the fragments may date to 1940 however the date is unclear.
Date of oldest tombstone
Date of newest tombstone
Urgency of erecting a fence
Preserved construction on site
However there are remnants of large stone structures, which may be family graves.