Jewish shtetl in Polonne
https://go.mitzvatemet.com/lnR90R — catalogue of Jewish burials and memorials.
The first documentary mention of Polonne Jews dates back to 1601. Already by the mid-1600s, in Polonne Jews had one of the largest communities in Volhynia. At the end of the 17th century, they were able to obtain permission to build houses and commercial buildings in the city center, which became the impetus for the rapid development of commerce. At the beginning of the 18th century, there were 15 synagogues in Polonne, and the place was considered a typical shtetl.
Read more at catalogue: https://go.mitzvatemet.com/QXaJvm