The Patmali cemetery is surrounded by a stone fence. The chapel was built without any nails about 200 years ago, the fence is even older. Entering the gates you can see the Count Plater- Zyberk graves. There you can also find Michael Zyberk and his wife Adelaide graves, as well as his family’s final resting places, tombstones with inscriptions in the old Polish language.
The most impressive monument is the grave of the landlord Michael Plater (1777-1863). It is made up of a 6m high column, which has a solid monolithic stone slab at the base. Birth tombstones and grave crosses are very well preserved.