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Radom

Cmentarz rzymskokatolicki w Radomiu

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The Roman Catholic Cemetery in Radom - located at Bolesława Limanowskiego 72. It was founded in 1812 or in 1813 on land donated by a man named Łodwigowski, a citizen of the city of Radom. It is a burial place for people who are deserving of education and Polish culture, as well as insurgents and soldiers fighting for free Poland. [source: Wikipedia, 648129]
confessionRoman Catholicism
type of the cemeteryreligious
state of the cemeteryactive
[source: Wikipedia, 648129]
Poland
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History
Originally, it had an area of about 2 mĂłrg, but with the depletion of space and growing needs was enlarged. In 1849, land with an area of 7 mĂłrg and 34 rods was bought. In 1854, work was begun on the construction of a wall around the cemetery, and it was completed two years later. On the occasion of these works, a brick gate was also erected with annexes housing a pre-funeral room and a room for the undertaker. The gate also had a turret with two bells. In 1852, a road was brought from the city to the cemetery. In 1876 the cemetery was enlarged by 4 morga and 8 rods. Shortly thereafter, however, the cemetery was enlarged by another 5 morons and 217 rods, because the previously purchased land turned out to be loamy and the inhabitants did not want to hide their dead ones. On this occasion, the former cemetery of cholera was included in the cemetery grounds and a brick gate was built in 1885 with two ports and the necessary walls were erected. The tower in the originally erected gate collapsed as a result of a storm in 1889. Also in 1889, the surveyor made measurements of the cemetery, which allowed the cemetery to be divided into parts and quarters. At that time, the cemetery had an area of 244,677 square cubits (including: 2,395 cubits of square streets, 1,424 square cubits under the walls and 132 square cubits under the cemetery buildings). The oldest part of the cemetery (areas originally bought and in 1849) have been marked with the letter A and are divided into 14 lodgings. The land bought in 1876 was marked with the letter C and bought in 1891 with the letter B. Part B was divided into 16 lodgings. In the nineties of the nineteenth century, the cemetery books were established and a gardener's house was built at the first gate, which involved planting trees along the avenue and cultivating vegetation. Until 1891, 40,672 people were buried in the cemetery. [source: Wikipedia, 648129]
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