We visited Halych on a cold, windy, rainy day in early September.  Our first stop was the Jewish cemetery–or perhaps more accurately, what remains of it.  The cemetery covers a large area, but there were not many stones present, and those that were visible were badly weathered.

From the cemetery we moved along to the Karaite museum where we meet with the director who took us to the Karaite cemetery and pointed out sites along the way, including two former Karaite synagogues that have been coverted to commercial use.  The Karaite cemetery is located on a high bluff overlooking the Dniester River.  It is fenced and secured and until very recently was in use.