Testimony to the lives of German colonists

Bright stone memorials and cemetery crosses with German inscriptions against a blue sky with clouds

Evangelical cemetery in Podlesie

The presence of Protestant Germans in the Lubaczów area left behind not only a church and a pastor's house. A testimony to the history of more than a hundred years of their settlement is a cemetery established in the 19th century with more than a hundred gravestones, located in a small grove. Some of the gravestones are characteristic Protestant obelisks, but there are also quite a few sandstone Brusno crosses with German inscriptions. The oldest remaining crosses and obelisks date from the 1820s. The cemetery has been disused since the last colonists left the village during World War II.

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