I called them for Israels Children - young peoples from the organization Moische house that helped me to clean Aronsberg and Kronoberg. They were wondering why Jewish youth from Stockholm was not taking care of such historical Jewish sites and were happy to do the cleaning. Both the grounds and the stone walls and the iron fence. They were from numerous countries in the world. From Europe, Australia and America. Besides the history of Aronsberg and Kronoberg I told them about some persons buried there. We had a great weather for this task and they were young, happy and beautiful. After one break in the work I called them Israels children let's start to work and they enjoyed this new description of the group.
Thanks again - Israels Children and Moishe House
Aronsberg, is a Jewish burial ground, established by Aaron Isaac 1776, and named after Aaron. The last burial was made 1888. Kronoberg is another Jewish burial ground, established just some years later and few hundred meters from Aronsberg.
|Kronoberg - Kronobergsgatan and St Görangatan in the background|
|Aronsberg - "The Love Corner" This entire area was cleaned and bushes taken away as there were frequently found artifacts as condoms and syringes.|