One of over 400 military cemeteries built during or just after WWI in Małopolska region. This one is a part of local parish cemetery, pressed into a corner of it. Final resting place for soldiers of both sides of the conflict, although the cemetery was set up and designed by Austrian Army.
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Aug 2017 • Couples
After visiting many of those WWI cemeteries, dotting South Małopolska landscape in large numbers, all located in very nice places, most of them secluded, hard to reach, we came across this one, located in the town centre, pushed into the corner of a large parish cemetery... But maybe it's been it's recipe for long life, as it is in mint condition, comparing to some overtaken by nature forces, hidden somewhere on mountains slopes. Very close from the main entrance from Matejki street, just turn right after walking through the gates. Very small area extra fenced, with about 30 graves. 20 Austria-Hungary, 2 German and 10 Russian soldiers lie here side by side, although they were enemies in their days.
Written February 11, 2018
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