There may have been an easier way to reach the cemetery in Přehořov; however, we went on a long trek through forested underbrush before the vegetation opened a bit to reveal the cemetery.  The cemetery was open and unsecured, but it was also probably afforded some protection by its isolated location.  There were about 100 stones that featured scant decoration; however, there was a statue of two grieving female figures, one of whom had lost her head.  That statue appeared to date from 1923.