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Hetsch also designed Copenhagen’s Roman Catholic Saint Ansgar’s Cathedral.Jewish Cemeteries The Old, or Northern, Jewish Cemetery (Møllegade 12, 2200 at Nørrebro), was established in 1694.
It has an elaborate ceremonial hall dating to 1888 and designed by Frederik Levy, an important Danish-Jewish architect who trained in the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and designed many buildings for the Jewish community, and two Holocaust memorials.
Jewish Gen Web Page on Copenhagen Jewish Cemeteries This page links to photographs and a database of burials. Jorgensgade/Hasserisgade, established 1810 Aarhus – Jewish cemetery on Frederiks Alle, established 1824 Assens – Jewish cemetery on Kildebakken, established 1825 Faaborg – Jewish cemetery on Osterbrogade/Svendborgvej, established 1795 Fredericia – Jewish cemetery on Slesviggade, established in the late 17 century The largest and oldest Jewish cemetery in Denmark outside of Copenhagen, it has some 550 burial plots.
The Jewish community opened the cemetery to the public in 2011 after years of restoration work.
(It is is open between April 1 and October 1, Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and guided tours are available.) The New or Western Jewish Cemetery (at Vestre Kirkegårds Alle 11, 2500 Valby) established in 1886, is still used by the community.
It has more than 5,000 gravestones and is no longer in use.