The Jewish Cemetery of Haguenau is one of the oldest cemeteries in Alsace and has 3,200 graves, some dating from the 17th century.
The cemetery was enlarged in 1766 and 1872. During World War II, its walls and doors were gutted, and graves were also destroyed.
Two guided tours of the cemetery are organized as part of the European Day of Jewish Culture.
Places are limited, registration is required.