There is so much history it's impossible to take it all in . But it is still one of the most historic places I've ever been. Don't forget that this place is also a cemetery and respectful place for them who served there during the war times and beyond . There is still a war time feeling about it and the buildings really do wow you , I can't explain how the lancaster bomber made me feel . It's a must see
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