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Address: Ave de la Independencia Este

Ave de la Independencia Este Street, between obelisco and Puente. Guanabacoa, La Habana, Cuba.

Founded in 1906 by the United Hebrew Congregation, Cuba's oldest Jewish cemetery.

It has a monument to the Shoa that dates from 1947 where 6 grains of soap made with human fat from the victims of the concentration camps are buried.

There is also a monument to the martyrs of the dictatorship of President Gerardo Machado.

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