Jüdischer Friedhof Nickenich
The Nickenich Jewish Cemetery in Nickenich is a protected cultural monument.
It was laid out in the middle of the 19th century and served the Jews in Kruft and Nickenich as a burial place.
Today there are 61 tombstones (mazewot).
The first burial probably took place around the mid-19th century and the last in the 1920s.
The cemetery is located north of the A 61 federal motorway on the edge of a wooded area outside of Nickenich and is difficult to find without good local knowledge.
Later the Jews of the Kruft community were buried in a separate area at the local cemetery in Kruft.
Further information can be obtained from the Nickenich History Association: