Ludwikowo is located on the north-east side of the Świeskie Lake. This cemetery is bigger than the cemetery at Lubsin, which is not too far away.
There are a lot of graves, parts of monuments and some inscriptions to be found.
Learn more about the location of the cemetery.
Photos and other contributions for the documentation of this cemetery were provided by: Andrzej Nejman.
You can choose your starting point from the following item list of the Ludwikowo cemetery or return to your query at the Cmentarze Index page.
Probably the main entrance to the cemetery (from the main road).
A group of three graves.
The first of the graves from the group.
Emilie Mantek née Neumann. Inscription
The second grave from the group.
Gottfrid Mantek – inscription.
The cross of the third grave from the group.
The third grave from the group.
Another grave – next to the grave with the big cross.
Inscription plate with epitaph.
Sommer (?) grave.
Another grave or graves.
Three small crosses not far from each other. Small graves? Or just broken off parts of other monuments which have been arranged this way?
Small cement cross.
Very well maintained grave, probably someone living in the neighborhood takes care of this grave.
Iron cross of the well maintained grave.
The cemetery cross in the middle of the cemetery, leaning at the tree.
Grave border of another grave.
A pair of graves.
Gustav Matz – inscription plate.
Gustav Matz grave
Another grave – grave borders
The main entrance seen from inside of the cemetery.
Remains of the wall around the cemetery.
Another grave, in the northern part of the cemetery.
Grave, in the northern part of the cemetery.
A road on the other side of the cemetery (the cemetery is on the right).
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