|Pushkin Street next to Market Street|
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
It is said that the Jews bought the land for Rakov Cemetery in 1684. In 1956 the local authorities built a grocery store and a market on this plot. In 2002 the Hurovetz family from South Afrika and the Grinholtz family from Israel donated money and a fence was built around the cemetery. A mass grave for 132 young Jewish people, murdered by the Germans in the beginning of WWII, is in the Rakov/Rakaw Cemetery.