In Velykyi Bychkiv we found two cemeteries and a synagogue that had been renovated and put to use by a Protestant Christian denomination.
The first cemetery was on the outskirts of town near a Christian cemetery. It was protected by a modest fence and a locked gate. From a distance the forty-odd stones did not appear to merit leaping the fence.
The second cemetery was situated up a steep hill and contained about 75 stones laid out in a series of long rows. Again the stones appeared to be ordinary and uninspiring in terms of decorative art work.