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Respect!

A place of peace and memories, very well kept, like all the Commonwealth cemeteries in Greece we... read more

Reviewed March 28, 2017
GreeceGuideEfi
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Greece
Aura of Tranquility

We went with Roger T and found it to be a very moving experience. It portrays death yet beauty in... read more

Reviewed December 16, 2015
siewmr
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Chania Town, Greece
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Mar 28, 2017
“Respect!”
Dec 16, 2015
“Aura of Tranquility”
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Doiranis | Eparchiaki Odos Chersou-Polikastrou, Polykastro 612 00, Greece
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Reviewed March 28, 2017

A place of peace and memories, very well kept, like all the Commonwealth cemeteries in Greece we have been visiting with our guests to see the resting place of their relatives and friends lost in the grounds of our country

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Reviewed December 16, 2015

We went with Roger T and found it to be a very moving experience. It portrays death yet beauty in its surroundings and exudes an air of peace and tranquility. Very memorable like most British War Cemeteries.

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Reviewed December 3, 2015

This is an excellent example of British military cemetery's from the world wars. In this case WW I. There are a little over 1000 graves here from the 10,000 who died from 1915 to 1918. The cemetery is well maintained and laid out. On the...More

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Reviewed August 14, 2015

I travelled here to visit the grave of my grandmother's first husband Sidney Knights from Norfolk who was killed in 1917 whilst serving with the Royal Field Artillery. His daughter, my aunt, was born a few months after he died. The cemetery is simply stunning,...More

1  Thank Roger T
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