The cemetery can be found on a hill near the right bank of the Vistula. This is the eastern cemetery out of two cemeteries marked on the old maps to be found on neighboring hills. The cemetery can be distinguished from the rest of the wood by a significant step or remains of an earth wall. Old pine trees and partially very dense growing lilac are found on the area of the cemetery. An area somewhat in the center of the cemetery shows some more open space and is covered by a lot of old wood. There were no signs of graves except for a cement plate, which probably has been the base of a cross, and several boulders, which might have been used to mark graves. But there were no traces of iron crosses at the boulders.
Source information for this cemetery was found in: 1:25.000.
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 Wola Czerwińska II cemetery or return to your query at the Cmentarze Index page.