Gyugye Jewish Cemetery
The Jewish cemetery of Gyügye was in use as early as 1856, as the earliest tombstone found in the cemetery dates to that year. The latest tombstone discovered in the cemetery was erected in 1917. The cemetery has been fenced.
Jewish presence in Gyügye has always been scarce: In 1880, there were merely 11 Jews living there – which was the peak of the Jewish population in the settlement. 10 Jews lived there in 1880, 9 in 1910, 8 in 1920, and only 2 in 1930. No Jews lived in Gyügye in 1944. However, one Jew from Gyügye is reported to have been murdered in the Holocaust.