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Bielsko-Biała, Old Evangelical Cemetery, Theodor Sixt Tombstone
Poland

It was founded in 1833, at the beginning of the 60ties of the 19th century it was considerably enlarged into eastern direction. At the same time neo-renaissance gate was built. There are numerous graves of people once belonging to the elite of Bielsko: pastors, teachers, merchants, industrials. Currently it is not available for visitors.

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Tags: bielsko; biala; bielsko-biala; cmentarz ewangelicki; nagrobek; theodor sixt
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