What
  • Accredito Culto
  • Bakeries and ice cream parlor
  • Butchers
  • Catering
  • Cemeteries
  • Elenco Prodotti (ARI)
  • Events Planners
  • Grocery stores
  • Hospitality
  • Jewish Communities
  • Jewish Neighborhoods
  • Jewish Tours
  • Judaica and Art
  • Kosher foods
  • Kosher Products (ARI)
  • Libraries
  • Museums
  • Ritual Canteens
  • Seating reservation
  • Synagogues
  • Wine shop
Where
No trace remains of the Jewish cemetery of Porta Aosta. The Jewish community first contemplated the purchase of new land in 1822 at a time of important action for community reorganisation. The field for the new cemetery was granted in 1863 and is still in use today. It constitutes a separate section of the municipal cemetery. With the exception of a monumental family chapel, it contains individual graves with simple, aligned gravestones, in accordance with tradition. One plaque commemorates Polish and Russian soldiers who died in the hospital of Ivrea during the First World War. Some of them were buried in this cemetery.

Via dei Mulini, 30

The Jewish section is reached through the municipal cemetery
Opening hours:
October 1st – April 30th: 8.00 am – 5.30 pm;
May 1st – September 30th: 8.00 am – 6.00 pm
Jewish section closed on Saturdays and Jewish holidays
Contacts: tel. +39 0125 43084

Guided tours on request:
Jewish Community of Turin
segreteria@torinoebraica.it
https://torinoebraica.it/turismo/?lang=en