In Korolowka the cemetery was set on a modest hill surrounded on one side by houses, a dirt lane on a second side, and agricultural fields on the other two sides.  The cemetery was in a pastoral setting with brilliant yellow rape fields in the distance and the sound of roosters crowing nearby.  There was no fence or security for the cemetery; however, the stones did not appear to have suffered harm from humans.

The cemetery contained several hundred stones, the majority of which were badly weathered and whose inscriptions could not be rendered legibly in a photograph.  A number of the stones were quite substantial in terms of bulk and height.  There was at least one Polish inscription and a handful of Cyrillic inscriptions. Perhaps 20 stones displayed the name of the deceased in Latin characters while a larger number of stones carried Hebrew characters on the back of the stones.