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cemetery: Pow±zki, Warszawa
photography: Jacek Michiej
Stary Bubel

Cmentarz w Starym Bublu

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Cemetery in Stary BubĂłw - closed historic cemetery near the church of St. John the Evangelist in Stary BubĂłw, formerly the church. [source: Wikipedia, 3503652]
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The cemetery was founded in the 18th century J. Maraśkiewicz, Historic Cemeteries and Tombs in Poland. Bialskopodlaskie Province, Center for the Protection of the Historic Landscape, Warsaw 1995,, p. 63. , ie at the same time, when a Uniate Orthodox church was established in Stary Browar ed. K. Kolendo-Korczakowa, A. Oleńska, M. Zgliński: Catalog of art relics in Poland. Lublin Province, Biała Podlaska poviat. Warsaw: Art Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences, 2006. . In 1875, as a result of the liquidation of the Uniate diocese of Chełm, both the church and the cemetery passed to the Russian Orthodox Church . The temple and necropolis in the inter-war period were the property of the Neo-Venetian parish, and during the Second World War they were again used by the Orthodox; the conflict between the Eastern Rite Catholics and the Orthodox Church over the temple lasted throughout the interwar period . In 1944 the neounicka parish was restored, but it existed only for two years. In 1946, the church was transformed into a Roman Catholic church, a branch of the parish of St. Antoni in Gnojno . She is also the formal administrator of a closed cemetery . The cemetery was initially divided into two quarters. Several Orthodox tombstones from the second half of it survived on it. Nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The area of the cemetery is overgrown with limes and chestnut trees . Gravestone Bubel1.jpg [source: Wikipedia, 3503652]
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