Cemeteries in Wroclaw

Cemeteries in Wroclaw, Poland

Wroclaw Cemeteries

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  • Sara J
    Swansea, UK547 contributions
    We visited on Saturday morning and were the only people there. It was sad to see how the cemetery had been a main focus of WWII. Many of the gravestones are riddled with bullet holes.

    I noticed that someone else had commented on how rude the male member of staff was. I speak as I find and the man on duty on Saturday could not have been more helpful. I was ill that morning and he rang for a taxi for us.
    Written April 16, 2018
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  • mszyma
    Gdynia, Poland6 contributions
    It is impressing to visit and to think a while about II WW - cruel time. More than 700 Red Army officers in this single "Festung Breslau" operation.
    But when you try to imagine - that "Katyn massacre" means 30 times more Polish Officers simply murdered... you do not have words to name it.
    Written July 22, 2018
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  • KristianandGosia
    Copenhagen, Denmark10 contributions
    This graveyard the place to go, to get a real feel of the turbulent history of this city. There are several sections:

    A memorial remembrance of the former German graveyard destroyed by the communist regime (found on the left side of the road coming from the city centre). Going through the woods next by, you can't help stumble on a number of German grave signs in the ground.

    Next to this is a military section displaying battles including French, Italian and other foreign soldiers.

    Going to the very end of the left side, you will find a large memorial hill paying tribute to the fallen German soldiers during WW2.

    The modern Polish graveyard is found on the right side. This is highly recommended place to go to in the evening time on All Saints Day (1st of November). Thousands of Poles flock here to light up canddles on the family graves - literally an ocean of canddles and people.
    Written May 11, 2012
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