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Har Hamenucot or Har HaMenuchot is a famous cemetery in Jerusalem, Israel. Many Jewish notables, both from Israel and the Jewish diaspora, including a great number of famous rabbis, are buried there. The cemetery was founded in 1951, three years after Israeli independence - AACI cemeteries.
Famous people buried at Har Hamenuchot
Rabbi Baruch Ashlag, Rabbi Yehuda Ashlag, Rabbi Chaim Joseph David Azulai, Yitzhak Ben-Zvi, Rabbi Nachman Bulman, Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, Naftali Herz Imber, Rabbi Yitzchak Kadouri, Rabbi Aharon Kotler, Rabbi Isser Zalman Meltzer, Rabbi Chanoch Dov Padwa, Grand Rabbi Aharon Rokeach, Rabbi Gedalia Schorr, Rabbi Meir Shapiro, Rabbi Naftoli Shapiro, The Gaon of Tchebin Rabbi Eliezer Waldenberg, Rabbi Menachem Ziemba.
Resting place, Har HaMenuchot, Israel.
Har HaMenuchot "Mount of Rest", Ashkenazi pronunciation, Har HaMenuchos) is the largest cemetery in Jerusalem, Israel.
The Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel is expanding its section in the Har Hamenuchot Cemetery in Jerusalem, in response to a growing demand from members. Fifty burial plots in the Har Tamir section of the cemetery in Jerusalem's Givat Shaul have been reserved for AACI members, alongside the 50 plots sold to members there over the past year. AACI cemeteries
PLACING STONES ON GRAVE TOP ON HAR HAMENUCHOT
Partial view of Har HaMenuchot
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