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A 5 minute walk up a slight slope. Total distance pictured is about 260m (850ft). The photos were taken in 2005. Click on the aerial views to locate the area and the viewpoints in much larger format and in new windows.


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Vysokoye today, with the walking path indicated.
The Jewish community was south and east of the Pulva River
Aerial Photo: Courtesy of Google


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The walking path, detail
Aerial Photo: Courtesy of Google

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1. On the Pulva River Bridge, looking generally north.
Photo: courtesy of Kanstancin Šastoŭski, radzima.org

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2. In the meadow, with the New Shul ruins visible in the distance.
Photo: courtesy of Kanstancin Šastoŭski, radzima.org

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3. In the meadow, near the site of the 1942 burial pit.
Photo: courtesy of Kanstancin Šastoŭski, radzima.org


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4. The road forks as it reaches the New Shul site.
Photo: courtesy of Kanstancin Šastoŭski, radzima.org


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5. Further up the right fork of the road, opposite the New Shul.
Notice the cobblestones in what first appears to be a dirt road.
Photo: courtesy of Kanstancin Šastoŭski, radzima.org


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6. To the right: undoubtedly a former Jewish home
Photo: courtesy of Kanstancin Šastoŭski, radzima.org


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7. A bit further along.
Photo: courtesy of Kanstancin Šastoŭski, radzima.org


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8. Another view of what was undoubtedly a former Jewish home.
Photo: courtesy of Kanstancin Šastoŭski, radzima.org


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9. The Old Shul.
Photo: courtesy of Kanstancin Šastoŭski, radzima.org



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