Julius L. Wiener Tombstone

1st January 1970
Memorials Cemetery Jewish Grave

Memorial to Julius Liudvikas Vyneris (Wiener, 1795-1862) was one of the most impressive in all the city cemeteries. Openwork monument of white marble reminds of an ancient Greek temple, whereas gravestone marble slab with carved text – stylobate. On the top of it, six Doric order columns with flutes stood. On the columns – entablature with a gable roof and triangular pediments, carved from a large monolithic block. Monument was surrounded by an ornate metal fence. During the destruction of the cemetery, monument was moved to the Jewish community territory; after having restored the Independence it was returned to its place.

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