First documentary evidence of a Jewish settlement in Fiume / Rijeka from the 15th and 16th century, when Sephardic Jews of Split and Ragusa for commercial activities to Fiume / Rijeka came.
1781, the Jewish community in Fiume / Rijeka was founded and created a small cemetery outside the city walls. By reallocations of land a new cemetery was necessary but was not shown before the 1904th

The Jewish cemetery of Fiume / Rijeka is now in Cosala (Kozala), a higher part of town, on the site of the municipal cemetery.

On the Site of the Jewish cemetery of Rijeka finden Sie die meisten Namen der Begrabenen, (leider sehr kleine) Fotos der Grabsteine, einen Friedhofsplan und einen kurzen Abriss der Geschichte des jüdischen Friedhofs.
Leider wurden die vielen hebräischen Inschriften nicht berücksichtigt, weshalb praktisch alle hebräischen Namen und sehr viele Sterbedaten offen blieben.
Bei Grabsteinen, die in der Datenbank dieser Website nicht aufgenommen wurden, haben wir eine entsprechende Anmerkung gemacht.

Auf der Website des Bet Hatefuzot „Ebrei a Fiume e Abbazia“ finden Sie die History of Jewish communities Fiume and Abbazia 1915-1945a List of all the names of the Jewish cemetery of Cosala (Fiume) buried as biographical notes for many Jewish families from Fiume / Rijeka.
Unfortunately, here too, the Hebrew grave inscriptions were not considered.

Wir haben Fotos von 71 96 Grabsteinen des jüdischen Friedhofs in Fiume / Rijeka mitgebracht und in der neuen Kategorie "Souvenir / Souvenirs" published.
We have transcribed all Hebrew inscriptions, translated and read Synagogalnamen and death dates. In almost all cases, we received this fact that a correct date of death (all transcriptions and translations, and the data collected from them are first publications).


Tip: If you click on the large screen of the photos, you can view all photos in full screen, also zoom back still hard to read passages :-)