Bircza Jewish Cemetery
The cemetery site is located on a main road to the right of the Christian cemetery. There is a path and the remnants of the entrance.
Is the cemetery demolished
Type and height of existing fence
There is the remnants of the old concrete fence.
Unfenced Jewish cemetery
General site condition
The fence is almost completely destroyed. The cemetery is very overgrown with trees and bushes.
Number of existing gravestones
25. All of the gravestones were found in the lower part.
Date of oldest tombstone
Date of newest tombstone
Urgency of erecting a fence
Preserved construction on site
We met a neighbor who complained about the overgrowth and that is is spreading into her field, which shows that the land is not looked after. The northern part is more overgrown than the southern and neighbor claimed that there were no graves there.
It is known that many matzevot were used by the Germans during the occupation to pave the streets of Bircza and to strengthen the abutments of the bridge over the San river in Iskania. The cemetery was entered in the register of monuments under the number A-341 on December 18, 1989. Decisions: A-341 of December 18, 1989 (WKZ Przemyśl) and A-1265 of December 18, 1989 (WKZ Przemyśl).