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Rhone American Cemetery and Memorial

553 boulevard John Kennedy, 83300 Draguignan, France
+33 4 94 68 03 62
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Moving Place

This cemetery is quite small but extremely moving. We visited on Mother's Day and a tour group... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Aqua456
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Bloomington, Illinois
Superb memorial, lovingly maintained

Most impressive reminder of those who gave so much for our freedom, but also helps to understand... read more

Reviewed April 14, 2017
rodneyjoyce
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Draguignan, France
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553 boulevard John Kennedy, 83300 Draguignan, France
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+33 4 94 68 03 62
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This cemetery is quite small but extremely moving. We visited on Mother's Day and a tour group had left single long stemmed roses on several graves. This is a stop that is worth your time and is a very well maintained site.

Thank Aqua456
Reviewed April 14, 2017

Most impressive reminder of those who gave so much for our freedom, but also helps to understand the tactics and geography of regaining lost territory for re-establishing the Frnch nation.

Thank rodneyjoyce
Reviewed April 14, 2017

One of the smaller cemeteries, but well worth the stop. Allison running the cemetery is very enthusiastic about her charge, and they make a real effort to make visitors and surviving family members feel welcome.

Thank catatonia_10
Reviewed August 23, 2016

Peaceful, quiet and distinguished. Paid our respects to these brave soldiers. Cemetery is beautifully maintained and a lovely non-denominational chapel on the grounds.

Thank anne11212016
Reviewed June 30, 2016

I have heard a lot of D-day and the invasion of Normandie. But I have never heard of Operation Dragoon before standing in the quite american cementry on a French boulevard in Draguignan. Here stands the headstones of 860 soldiers from the Second World War....More

2  Thank Kirsten E
Reviewed June 26, 2016

It's moving to see the absolute respect paid to those who lie here there's an interesting bronze map showing the army's progress over the Alps.

Thank LaoiseBee
Reviewed May 25, 2016

This immaculately maintained cemetery is a quiet tribute to those allied troups who sacrificed their lives at the end of WWII.

Thank zushkart
Reviewed December 15, 2015

First time we visited the Cemetery we were on our way to the local tax office and had time on our hands. The Cemetery is just a must see if yo are in this area. On our first visit we got talking to the Superintendent...More

1  Thank Geoffrey R
Reviewed August 8, 2015

This was a highlight in a small town in France to American soldiers who helped liberate France. We were in a group of 43 Americans including one WWII veteran who wore his cap. The cemetery officials and guide speak perfect English and are proud of...More

Thank Thomas M
Reviewed July 17, 2015

A very moving military cemetery as a memorial to the brave service people who came to lands afar and fight for Freedom and Liberty but never went home. Well worth an hour of your time.

Thank Al B
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