After the old Lutheran cemetery of Przedecz had been closed in 1931 a new cemetery was opened just north of the Roman-Catholic cemetery.
Today the two cemeteries are no longer separated. But the two entrances still remind of the former independent state.
The former Lutheran part of the cemetery has recently been cleared from all bushes and gives a very empty and sad impression.
There are some standing and lying gravestones and monuments. The inscriptions are extremely faded.
Learn more about the location of the cemetery.
Source information for this cemetery was found in: Kneifel.
Photos and other contributions for the documentation of this cemetery were provided by: Jutta Dennerlein.
You can choose your starting point from the following item list of the Przedecz II cemetery or return to your query at the Cmentarze Index page.
View to the southern part of the cemetery
View of the cemetery - the area has been completely cleared of all smaller bushes and shrubs.
Fragments with very faded inscriptions
Stone cross and monument
Monument showing a crying angel with a garland of roses in his hand
Fragments of a stone cross
Faded inscription on the lower part of the stone cross
Fragment of a sculpture
Monument showing a palm tree on the right side and a vine with grapes on the left side
Grave Hulda Rein née Beck
Gravestone Hulda Rein née Beck
View of the cemetery
Lying stone cross
Grave border and lower part of a monument
View of the cemetery - the new concrete wall shows where the cemetery has been extended by the former Lutheran cemetery
Old wall and modern wall
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