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  Lubycza Królewska, ul. Żwirki i Wigury, lubelskie

Jewish cemetery in Lubycza Krolewska on Zwirki i Wigury St. was established in 18th century. Before Word War II the town was in 90% inhabited by Jews. The cemetery was 0.5 ha and was surrounded by stone wall. On the cemetery there was a bricked mortuary and tombs were arranged in rows. The cemetery survived to the end of the war. Germans did not destroy stone matzevot. After the war the locals burglarized the tombstones – to this day one can find fragments of matzevot in gardens of private properties located on terrain of a former cemetery. Now there are single-family houses. After the cemetery there is no trace left.

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