Mysliborz Jewish Cemetery
The Jewish cemetery in Myślibórz was probably established in the 18th century. It was located between Strzelecka and Wałowa streets, behind the present Darius and Girenas Secondary School Complex. Its area was about 0.11 ha. It was surrounded by a wall approximately 144 meters long. The wall ran approximately 20 meters from the intersection of Strzelecka and Gdańska streets.
The cemetery functioned until the end of the 1930s. It was not destroyed during the Nazi rule. Based on the photographic documentation from 1963 kept in the Archives of the Provincial Office for the Protection of Monuments in Szczecin, it can be stated that at that time it was still in good condition, wooded, with numerous tombstones bearing German and Hebrew inscriptions.
Its destruction must have taken place after 1963. In 1992, it was formally excluded from the conservation records. Currently, there are buildings on its plot with addresses at 41 and 43 Strzelecka Street.
The Jewish community in Myślibórz in the 1840s had about 120 people, while less than 100 years later only about 30 people. Despite the Nazi excesses in the 1930s, the necropolis survived World War II and the next twenty years in good condition. Even in the mid-1960s, there were numerous well-preserved matzevot from the 19th and 20th centuries in the cemetery.
(West Pomeranian Encyclopedia; http://encyklopedia.szczecin.pl)