Volunteers have rescued dozens of matzevos used to pave a street in the western Ukraine city Lviv.
Sasha Nazar, director of the Lviv Volunteer Center estimated that there could be up to 100 matzevos under the stretch of road, and maybe more. Photos show them lying flat and closely packed, some face down and some face up. They had been covered over by the road surface. Many of the stones appear to be intact.
Dozens of volunteers have worked for days to rescue the matzevos. The matzevos will be transported to the Yanovskoye Jewish cemetery, where more than a dozen matzevos rescued from the street in 2010 and 2017 were taken.
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