In Levoča, we found a prominent, informative sign in Slovakian, Hebrew, and English about the Jewish past in Levoča; however, there was no reference to the Holocaust or to the fate of the Jews of the town.  My guide advised me that an earlier version of the sign did contain information about the fate of the Jews of Levoča, but that that sign had to be changed at the insistence of the Roman Catholic Church.

The cemetery was located on a hill in a picturesque setting overlooking the town.  The closest neighbors appeared to be a few houses and individual garden plots.  Unfortunately, the stones came nowhere near to matching the impressive location; they were bereft of decoration.