|STARY DZIKOW: Podkarpackie|
Alternate names: Dzików Stary [Pol], Dzikhev, דזיקוב סטארי [Yid], Stary Dzików, Dzików. 50°15' N, 22°56' E, 33 miles NNE of Przemyśl, 11 miles WNW of Lubaczów, 9 miles W of Cieszanów. This is not Dzików, now a neighborhood of Tarnobrzeg. 1900 Jewish population: about 400. Normal 0 Gmina Stary Dzików is a rural administrative district in Lubaczów powiat, Subcarpathian Voivodeship in SE Poland with its seat is the village of Stary Dzików, 17 km (11 mi) N of Lubaczów and 71 km (44 mi) E of the regional capital Rzeszów. The 2006 total population is 4,588. Gmina Stary Dzików contains the villages and settlements of Cewków, Koziejówka, Moszczanica, Nowy Dzików, Stary Dzików, Ułazów and Witki. A grove of trees grows on the site of a former Jewish cemetery. Local farmers have worked around the site, leaving theisolated trees to grow. [July 2009]
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Stary Dzikow is located in the Przemysl region at 50°1422°56, 75 km from Przemysl, 13 km from Oleszyce, and 43 km from Jaroslaw. The cemetery is located E from the village, 150 m. S from the road to Vlazow. Present town population is under 1,000 with no Jews.
1921 Orthodox Jewish population was 360. The isolated rural flat land has no sign, wall, fence, or gate. Access is open to all. The size of the unlandmarked cemetery before W.W.II was 0.35 hectares, the same size now. No gravestones and no known mass graves are visible. Properties adjacent are agricultural. Local residents rarely visit. The cemetery was vandalized during W.W.II and has no maintenance. There are no structures or threats.
Jan Pawet Woronczak, Sondomierska Street 21m.1 02-567 Warszawa, tel. 49054062 completed survey on December 31, 1991. Documentation: at the Monuments Preservation Office in Premysl. No visit to site.
[UPDATE] Photos by Charles Burns [April 2016]
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