Approximately at the same level as the synagogue, on the other side of Strwiąż River and a railway line, on a hill slope, there is a Jewish cemetery of around 0.8 ha. There are 237 gravestones from the turn of the 19th-20th century in the cemetery. Some of the matzevas were used by Nazis to pave the town's streets. In 1993 and 1995, during street renovations dozens of them were found and brought back to the local cemetery. Jews from Krościenko (241)[1.1], Ustianowa (96) and other nearby villages were also buried on the Jewish cemetery in Ustrzyki Dolne.


  • [1.1] In brackets a number of Jews according to census from 1921.