The last place on our archeotourist route is a disused Evangelical cemetery, founded in the mid-nineteenth century. There is a CEMETERY CARD number 24060 in the conservation register. Only the spatial organization has survived to this day, the boundaries of the original layout are legible, the two-square arrangement is legible. Gravestones and some trees have been removed. The remaining trees grow in avenues and rows, and small clusters of shrubs. The cemetery card also contained conservation recommendations as to the method of tidying up. At the time of writing this material, this has been accomplished. A plaque presenting the main part of Cychry was placed in front of the cemetery. On the board there is a list of photos of several old buildings with their current appearance.