Memory in stone
The Memory in Stone section is a database of Jewish graves from all kinds of cemeteries – Jewish, municipal, military and other. The documentation is produced on the basis of preserved tombstones as well as archival materials. Our database also contains information on the matzevot which were removed from cemeteries as a result of site desecration, and are now housed in museums or other places.
Gąbin: Cemetery (Kilińskiego Street)
The Jewish cemetery in Gąbin was founded in the 19th century. During World war II it was devastated by the Germans. Macevas were broken and used fo...
war grave / military cemetery
Gdynia: Cmentarz Obrońców Wybrzeża w Gdyni (ul. Legionów)
Cmentarz Obrońców Wybrzeża w Gdyni-Redłowie.
Gliwice: A new Jewish cemetery in Gliwice (Poniatowskiego Street)
The New Jewish cemetery in Gliwice (Poniatowskiego Street) was established in 1902 due to the lack of space at the old cemetery at Na Piasku Str...
Góra Kalwaria: Jewish Cemetery (Góra Kalwaria)
Gostynin: Cmentarz katolicki w Gostyninie
Cmentarz z grobami żołnierzy Wojska Polskiego
Grodno: Cmentarz żydowski w Grodnie (wul. Daminikanskaja)
Zał. XVII w. Zachowana tylko pojedyncza macewa.
Grodzisk Mazowiecki: Cemetery
The Jewish cemetery in Grodzisk Mazowiecki was established on the land between the roads leading to Błonie and Rokitno, the latter was later called...
Hrubieszów: Old Jewish cemetery in Hrubieszów (at the intersection of Krucza Street and Targowa Street)
The old Jewish cemetery in Hrubieszów was established in the 16th century (probably as early as 1578), by virtue of the privilege granted by King S...
Inowrocław: New Cemetery
In the late 19th century the Jewish community in Inowrocław founded its own new graveyard that was situated on current Marcinkowskiego Street, righ...
Jarosław: Jewish cemetery
At Jewish cemetery of size 1.85 ha which is located In Kruhel Pełkiński districts there are only a dozen of gravestones. Prior to WWII the oldest g...
Jeleniewo: Cmentarz żydowski w Jeleniewie
The Jewish cemetery in Jeleniewo was founded in the 18th c. and is located ca. 100 meters east of route 655 from Suwałki to Rutki-Tartak. An unpave...
Karczew: Jewish cemetery (Otwocka Street)
The Jewish cemetery in Karczew was opened in the 19th century. It is located on a sand dune. The last known burial took place here in 1941. During ...