Cemeteries in Poland have a special meaning to most Poles. I believe it is not only due to religious reasons but also, and more importantly because of the great respect Polish people have for their history.
I personally consider some of the old cemeteries to be somewhat of a gateway into another time.
The Evangelical Cemetery of the Augsburg Confession is located close to the city center and is very different from other cemeteries in Warsaw due to its closeness to nature and what was left from before the Second World War.
Even though it is a relatively small cemetery, it has a couple of notables buried here, for instance the founder of Poland’s most famous chocolate brand Wedel.
Evangelical Cemetery | Art & culture, Relaxing | Free
ul. Młynarska 54/58
10:00 – 17:00 daily