Our second stop in Prešov was the Orthodox cemetery on Tehalna Street where we found several hundred stones.  The stones were rather ordinary in terms of decorative artwork with the single exception of an interesting set of Cohen blessing hands.

We attempted to locate a third cemetery in Prešov in accordance with the data gleaned from the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies despite the fact that the local Jewish authorities stated that there were only two cemeteries in the city.  We did find a handful of stones separate from but adjacent to the Orthodox cemetery, but I am uncertain if that constituted a third cemetery.