Statement on copyright
This Gallery is only made possible thanks to contributions from Bacsa members and others, and copyright in the images found on it belongs either to Bacsa or to the person named as the author of the image. Anyone wishing to reproduce an image from the Gallery either in print or on the web, or make any public use of it, must seek permission from Bacsa.
Bacsa is most grateful for the photographs so far received, and we would be pleased to receive further photographs of cemeteries not yet represented in the Gallery or for which there only a few images. Between six and twelve images are usually enough to give a good idea of a cemetery’s condition. Ideally, each image should be no larger than 1 megabyte
To visit the Gallery click here.
Bacsa is pleased to announce
A series of five lectures presented by Bacsa in collaboration with the Institute of Historical Research. Learn more>
What Bacsa does
We record the locations of cemeteries and monuments, and the inscriptions on headstones. We publish cemetery and church records containing names, inscriptions and biographical notes on individual tombs and gravestones. We support local people active in the restoration and conservation of European graveyards. Well over 100 projects have benefited from Bacsa funding.
On this site you will find more details About our activities, examples of the Conservation Projects which Bacsa has supported, lists of the Cemetery Record and other Books we have published, and details of our Archives which have been built up over more than 30 years to form a unique record of over 1,300 cemeteries taken from many different sources and often including headstone inscriptions and photographs.