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Zeitenlik WWI Cemetery

Lagada, Ampelokipoi 56727, Greece
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A piece of world's history

The cemetery is a final destination for several thousands of WWI soldiers from different countries... read more

Reviewed February 7, 2018
Vladimir T
Great memorial site from WW1

Built by several Allied armies. Serbian part has an Mausoleum with great hero songs written. Ask... read more

Reviewed January 4, 2018
Goran R
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Belgrade, Serbia
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Lagada, Ampelokipoi 56727, Greece
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Reviewed February 7, 2018

The cemetery is a final destination for several thousands of WWI soldiers from different countries and armies. The Serbian part has a mausoleum and an old cemetery keeper (Djordje Mihailovic), more than 80 years old. His grandfather was a WWI soldier and the first keeper...More

1  Thank Vladimir T
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Reviewed January 4, 2018

Built by several Allied armies. Serbian part has an Mausoleum with great hero songs written. Ask old George (the keeper) for a translation and the tour.

1  Thank Goran R
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Reviewed December 22, 2017

Well worth a stop, especially for the Serbian part, where the caretaker may be found and is happy to share the experiences his father and that generation went through. The Serbian shrine in particular is worth visiting, as once you get past the bottles upon...More

1  Thank John Y
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Reviewed September 3, 2017 via mobile

This was my first time ever in Greece, and if you are from Serbia or Serbian, you simply have to visit this place. It is a military cemetery with many soldiers from several countries who died during the war and were buried there, most of...More

1  Thank Tatjana G
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Reviewed June 8, 2017

A beautiful, tranquil place to walk around and think of the past. I liked best the opportunity to meet visitors from Serbia and to buy items from the Serbian shop opposite. I liked least the long walk from town and back again! Do bring a...More

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Reviewed June 3, 2017

HUGE NECROPOLIS World war one cemetery(1914-1918) , thousands of french ,russian ,british ,serbian and more other( ....,.story of english lady HARLAY). A small french museum on the second gate , the archangel Michael church from serbians and the small french church. The last old serbian...More

Thank Dimitrios L
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Reviewed February 18, 2017

One of the biggest graveyard of Serbian soldiers outside Serbian soil well kept and preserved by old Đorđe, the last Mihajlovic. It is very near the town centre and a place of histrory for all interested in WWI, especially due to the fact that it...More

Thank Vesna S
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Reviewed December 9, 2016

An international cemetery of all allied local casualties of WW1. It hosts o very honoring ceremony each year (every armistice day).

Thank Γιώργος Μ
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Reviewed November 6, 2016

This place drew more attention only in recent years. It has important place in the history. Thousands of Serbian, French, Russian, British and other soldiers are buried there.

1  Thank Milan C
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Reviewed October 31, 2016

The Salonika campaign is a very much overlooked part of World War 1 in Great Britain, where it is overshadowed by the events on the Western Front, Gallipoli and Palestine. However, for the people of Serbia the campaign is of great significance. The cemetery contains...More

Thank MikeWells90
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pitaj deda Djordja,on ima svesku sa imenima sahranjenih na zejtinliku.On bi trebao to da zna
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