Horodnytsia Jewish Cemetery
The exact period of the cemetery establishment is unknown. The cemetery emerged no later than the early 20th century, as the earliest preserved tombstone dates to 1914.
The Jewish community of Horodnytsia (Ukr. Городниця, Rus. Городница, Yid. האָראָדניצע) numbered 427 in 1847. By 1897, the Jewish population had grown to 1,310, which was 57% of the total population. The community maintained a synagogue and beit midrash. Many local residents, Jews and gentiles alike, worked at the local porcelain factory. In 1939, there were 1,212 Jews in Horodnytsia. About 200 Jews were murdered by the Nazis, some were able to escape.
It is not known when the cemetery was founded. According to the 1994–95 survey of the Jewish Preservation Committee (KSEN), the earliest tombstone dates back to 1906. The fence was renovated in the 1950s, a new fence has since been erected.