NON-CHRISTIAN MILITARY CEMETERIES OF GALICIA

2020;
: 123-132
Authors:
1
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Department of Architecture and Conservation

The article analyzes the Jewish and Muslim military cemeteries found in Galicia, their
history, species, forms, and state of preservation. Preventive measures have been proposed to
preserve historic non-Christian military cemeteries

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