We reached Slonim in July 1999, guided by a map in English. The map is 1:750,000, not too detailed.
The entrance to the town of Slonim.
The gate of the Jewish cemetery of Slonim and a near by apartment block.
In the entrance to the Jewish cemetery in Slonim, memorial stones were erected naming the Jewish communities of Slonim and the surrounding towns that were murdered during the Second World War. Up the hill, in front of the building, the grave of the Admors is located.
The fenced grave of the Admors of Slonim. Letters and notes are located on the grave. The Jewish cemetery, now an open terrain, is seen through the fence.
The synagogue of Slonim, located near the market place.
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