Similarly to all cemeteries in the 1st Żmigrod cemetery district, the necropolis on Małastowska Pass was designed by Dušan Jurkovič.
Surrounded by a wooden fence, the necropolis was carefully renovated. It is the burial site of 174 soldiers from the Austro-Hungarian Army, including many Poles. The cemetery features wooden grave crosses, characteristic for Jurkovič’s designs, and the uniquely original wooden matzevah on the grave of Mendel Brod, an Austro-Hungarian soldier of Jewish origin. Further down in the cemetery, a soaring building with small shingled roofs and a cross composition, at first resembling a chapel, also attracts attention.