Cemetery of the Orthodox Parish of St. Nikolas in Nowy Dwór
Cemetery of the Orthodox Parish of St. Nikolas in Nowy Dwór, founded in ca. 1804, expanded in the 1960s, built on a rectangular plan. Located in the western part of the village, by a road. The area of about 3 ha. Stone walls from the 19th century and two gates from the late 20th century. The oldest gravestone comes from 1855 – a granite slab with an irregular shape, surmounted with a Latin cross with barely legible inscriptions: FOR THE SOUL/ DIED/ FRAN...I/ .../ MAKOWICOW.../ 1855. About 12 gravestones from the second half of the 19th century and over 100 gravestones from early 20th century. Most gravestones are granite obelisks with cast iron crosses from Sztabin Steelworks, blacksmith’s crosses placed on stone pedestals or standalone gravestones and cenotaphs. The crosses most often have three crossbeams crowned with trefoils. Inscriptions in Russian and Polish. A notable object is the cast iron openwork cross on an elaborate stone pedestal made of pink granite with an inscription: ЗДЕСЬ ПОКОИТСЯ/ ЕКАТЕРИНА/ КАЛЕНИКЬ/ РОД. 8 ФЕВРАЛЯ 1836 Г. / СКОНЪ. 19 НОЯЪРЯ 1905 Г./ МИРЬ ПРАХУ ТВОЕМУ/ ДОРОГАЯ МАТЬ (...rest in peace, dear mother), a cast iron cross of Karl Staworko and his wife Petronella, from 1872, a memorial cross of the Chancaruk family, from 1879, the Sulim family monument from 1902, and Rawiński family monument from 1935. Two gravestone memorial monuments, cast iron with relief figures of putti (first founded by Ms. Sulim for her son, from 1882; second from 1881 for peace (...) of Franciszka, Iwan and Anna, the rest of the inscription is illegible). There is also a historically important contemporary monument from 2004 (on a mass grave) dedicated to Russian soldiers murdered in 1941 – surrounded with a fence with metal posts and a metal chain there are three gravestone slabs and a granite plaque dedicated to Aleksander Aniśkiewicz, Piotr Aniśkiewicz and Prokop Charitanowicz.