Mylyatyn Jewish Cemetery
The earliest preserved gravestones on the cemetery are said to date from 1880 and 1899. Today, the territory is heavily overgrown and no gravestones have been found by the ESJF expedition.
Little is known about Mylyatyn. By 1784, 108 Jews were residing in the village. In 1847, their number reached 461. The information about the local synagogue dates back to 1867. In 1920, the Jewish population numbered 82 (24% of the total population). In summer 1941, Mylyatyn was occupied by Nazi troops. In 1942, the Jews of Mylyatyn were deported to Horokhiv, where they were murdered in September 1942.