The Jewish cemetery in Jałówka, which is still open, was established in the 19th century. There are no traces of the old former cemetery. The new cemetery is situated at the fork of the roads in the north of Jałówka. There are still signs visible around the cemetery, comprising an area of approximately one hectare, which mark the once entrenched area (long deep holes in the ground). Today, it is hard to access the heavily overgrown place. Only a few stone tombstones and fragments of an ohel are still to be found here. An impressive tombstone in the form of a tree trunk carved in wood has been preserved as well. It seems that the preserved tombstones are on their proper places and it is possible that there are other matzevot under the mulch.

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