The cemetery is on the southern side of Moskovskaya Str. 500m east of the Kobrin Railway Bridge.
That was a municipal cemetery till the 1960s. It was named after the village of Trishin that was once in the outskirts of Brest. Today it is a part of the city.
Here lie buried people of various religions and nationalities.
There is a common grave of Jews who died in the Brest ghetto in 1942.
Nobody may be buried here today, as it is supposed to be liquidated in future.
Some grave stones are damaged and the cemetery records are of no use today to locate some graves.
The local researchers compiled a list of the names, found on some grave stones.
The information board by the entrance to the cemetery of Trishin.
The main alley runs southwards dividing the cemetery into 2 unequal parts.
The Holocaust Memorial at the site of the Jewish common grave.
Memorial of unjustly persecuted.