The Jewish Graveyard in Kulashi is located on the opposite side of the Jewish Synagogues. Soviet-era Jewish tombstones of the 70s and 80s seem to repeat the tradition of Georgian tombs in regards to form and style. The inscriptions on the graves are mostly in Hebrew and Georgian. You will rarely meet solely Georgian or Hebrew texts. Over time, the shape of the tombstones has changed, the older ones were simple stone boulders, and the newer appearance is distinguished by its complexity.