The widely respected wonder-working rabbi of the Jewish community, Reb Saje Steiner was born in 1851 and died in the 3rd of Iyar (the 23th of April) in 1925. His coffin was made out of the wood of his pulpit, and many Jews and Christians traveled to Bodrogkeresztúr to attend his funeral. Today, many pilgrims visit his grave, especially on the day of the year he died.
The traditional tabernacle (ohel) is made of stone and has iron gates. It contains three tombs. Reb Saye Steiner, his wife, and an unknown rabbi rest under the delicately carved and painted gravestones.
Several other rabbis were buried in the main area of the fenced cemetery.
Address: Dereszla Hill