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Burial in the Holy Land

Har HaMenuchot Cemetery

Har HaMenuchot ("Mount of Rest") is the largest cemetery in Jerusalem, Israel. It is located at the western edge of the city adjacent to the neighborhood of Givat Shaul, with commanding views of Mevaseret Zion to the north, Motza to the west, and Har Nof to the south. When Har HaMenuchot opened in 1951, it greatly expanded Jerusalem's capacity for burials, as the only other large cemetery available until that time was the centuries-old burial ground on Har HaZeitim (the Mount of Olives).

Eretz HaChaim Cemetery in the Jerusalem Hills

Since the days of our forefathers, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, our People have longed for the opportunity to find their final resting place in the Holy Land of Israel.

Eretz HaChaim, with the most beautifully landscaped and carefully maintained memorial grounds in Israel, specializes in assisting Jews from the Diaspora to fulfill that dream and acquire a final resting place in the Land of our Fathers.

Burial in Israel