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Although there used to be three main Lithuanian Jewish cemeteries in the Vilnius region, they have all been consolidated into the Suderves Cemetery over the years. It is located six kilometres from the Old City. Many well-known Lithuanian Jewish leaders are buried at this cemetery, including Dr. Cemah Shabad, one of the most famous Jewish doctors of Vilnius and Rabbi Chaim Ozer Grodzinski, the founder of the Panevezys Yeshiva. I.J. Rabinovitch, also known as the last victim of the Vilnius ghetto, was also buried here. In addition, I. Vitenberg and S. Maidesker, who were members of the First Partisan Organization (FPO) and organized the Vilnius ghetto uprising, are buried there alongside victims of the ghetto.