The Jewish cemetery of Borgel takes its name from a famous Rabbi who was the first to be buried there in 1898 (according to the epitaph).
Several famous personalities are buried there,
such as Habiba msika a famous Tunisian singer, dancer and actress in the 1920ies.
and Sheikh Efrit famous tunisian singer from the early 20th century.
The cemtery was divided into 2 main parts: the twenssa (tunisian) and the Granas (Jews of European origins) part, since there was a schism between the 2 communities at that time
Some epitaphs of these are written in Italian.
A square for the dead of the world wars.
The ground is not stable and has visibly moved which explains the tombs unalloyed or collapsed.