Restoration project as part of the cemetery reconstruction program of MAZSÖK (Jewish Heritage in Hungary Public Endowment). The old jewish cemetery of Tokaj is situated within the walls of the ruined Rákóczi castle (lately on a floodplain), and was in use from the 18th century until 1921. At this location having medieval relics hidden in its ground, we coordinated archeological and architectural works, prepared the reconstruction plan of the remains of the cemetery wall and searched for the best flood control methods to preserve the area.
DESCRIPTION: Filing set of heritage reconstruction plan for the walls of Tokaj Jewish Cemetery 1st
client: Federation of Hungarian Jewish Communities (MAZSIHISZ)
DATE OF IMPLEMENTATION: 2019
LEAD ARCHITECT: Péter Sugár DLA, Piroska Varga DLA
ARCHITECT: Dorottya Répay, Bianka Gizella Somkutas, Marcell Gergely Horváth
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING: János Laczkovics
HERITAGE PROTECTION CONSULTANT: Zoltán Simon
ARCHAEOLOGY: Miklós Makoldi
GEODesy: Csaba Fabu
graphic post-production: Eszter Kocsik, Fruzsina Bitter
PHOTOS: Grafit Műterem Kft.