I visited the cemetery on Lotnicza Street rather as an afterthought to a visit to the more renowned cemetery on Ślężna Street. Initially the groundskeeper denied us access but after some discussion we were allowed a brief period of time to view the cemetery and to take photographs. We were warned to stay on the established paths lest the ground collapse under us. The cemetery is large and well-secured and contains the remains of a derelict pre-burial house within the confines of the cemetery grounds. The cemetery is relatively modern dating from the early twentieth century and is still in use. Most of the stones are rather unremarkable. One of the most striking features of the cemetery is the monument to World War I Jewish soldiers and the individual graves of approximately seventy such casualties.