THE PROTESTANT CEMETERY IN BRZYNO (FROM 19th CENTURY)
Evangelic cemetery in Brzyno is the subject of the article. The only en¬trance to that cemetery is placed on the north side. Spatial layout is charac¬terized by regularity and symmetry. A visitor, firstly traverses through long birch alley, which next changes into birch-yewen alley led till the main axis in south part where chapel is placed as well. On the right hand side there are only single burials. The best preserved monument in this part is Eckhard Charles Hugon Flieβbach monuments. Left wing of the cemetery is characterized by row, regular setting of graves. Despite being devastated you can still notice original elements of fu¬neral art. Being in the center of cemetery, it is recommended to visit the chapel mentioned before, it was constructed in 1935, inside the chapel you can find two the oldest tombstones of Friedrich Heinrich Gerhard von Zitzewitz and his daughter.
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