This paper contains a list of 46 species collected in the historic Roman Catholic cemetery in Pławno (Łódź Province, Central Poland). Of these, one species (Syntrichia virescens) is threatened and partly protected and nine species are considered rare in Central Poland (Bryum rubens, B. bicolor, Campylidium calcareum, Dicranoweissia cirrata, Orthotheciella varia, Orthotrichum obtusifolium, Pterigynandrum filiforme, Pylaisia polyantha and Sciuro-hypnum populeum). Saxicolous bryophytes constitute the largest ecological group in the bryophyte flora, consisting 31 species (67% of total flora). Follow by epiphytes mosses which are represented by 28 species (61%). The occurrence of mountain species is visibly manifested in the cemetery.