The town of Essingen (in the Pfalz region of South-Western Germany, not to be confused with others of the same name OR Esslingen - they are all different from this one), was founded in the 5th century.
There are three cemeteries in this town of just over 2,000 people. There is an older and a newer Jewish cemetery (one of the largest and oldest in the Palatinate), and then there is this one. There is no official name; however, everyone calls it the Town cemetery - hence the name posted here.
The cemetery is on the western side of the town and is directly across the street from Dalberg Hall. The main entrance is on Schüpfenstraße, but you can access it by foot from Am Turnpl. as well.
GPS Coordinates: 49.23649, 8.16945
- Added: 10 Dec 2015
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2597829
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