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photography: Jacek Michiej
Kobylany

Cmentarz w Kobylanach

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Cemetery in Kobylany - historic (still active) necropolis in Kobylany, where the Catholic and Orthodox burials were held. The cemetery was founded at the beginning of the 19th century. Several nineteenth-century Catholic tombstones survived: * Józefa zd. Sakowicz and Piotr and Włodzimierz Rudnicki from 1848, made of sandstone in the classical style, in the form of an edikuli set on a pedestal, with a relief of a praying angel, * Walerii Chlipalska from 1858, in the form of a column, * Aleksandra Kobylańska from 1873, in the form of a simple slab, * Franciszek Jaszczołda, officer and architect, owner of the estate of Kobylany, and his wife Kamilla, from 1873, in the form of a stone mound with a cross. Besides, the cemetery has preserved Orthodox tombstones from the second half. Nineteenth century and from the first half 20th century and newer. Kobylany grave rudnickich.jpg [source: Wikipedia, 3262427]
confessionOrthodox, Catholic
type of the cemeteryreligious
state of the cemeteryactive
[source: Wikipedia, 3262427]
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Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
Wikipedia, Orthodox cemetery in Kobylany, Self-published work, Wikigrant WG 2014-53
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