The cemetery of Sady in the community of Czosnów shows some surprises. The cemetery is located near to the street No. 576 in neighborhood of a pig farm which stinks up the area. Some huge trees in a special area, which sets off against the wood, point to the cemetery. At the cemetery there are young beech trees and black locust mixed with lilac. The cemetery is rather good accessible. The wooden cemetery cross is still standing. There are a lot of grave borders and a decorated new iron cross at an obviously old grave. At several places there ar pig bones lying between the graves.
But the surprise can be found in the northern part of the cemetery. In this old part of the cemetery there is a small assembly of steles and parts of gravestones. Some of the very detailed (almost talkative) inscriptions proove the old age of these gravestones. One of the inscriptions gives as year of death 1849. It's a great pity that not more of these old stones are preserved. What wonderful things we could learn from them about our ancestors!