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I went there today, walked from the main road up the hill/road which isn’t for everyone as it about 2km up a fairly steep road. Once there it was very clean and well laid out. When you see all the graves it makes you think....More
We are staying at the Louis Creta Hotel and this is a stones throw away.
Definitely worth the walk up the hill of about a mile. There are info boards to tell you the history and details of the soldiers resting there.
The cafe next...More
We were so looking forward to seeing this place and picked the trip especially but on arriving we couldn’t get to the actual cemetery as one of our party was in a wheelchair and a coup,e of others have mobility problems and the cemetery was...More
We took a half an hour walk from our apartment in a very well signposted road early one morning (to beat the heat) and were so glad we did. The cemetery is educational about the war and is beautifully maintained. The air of peace and...More
Visited the cemetery for historic reasons , is indeed in a very good located area with fantastic view , mixed feelings for me though and a reminder of war’s results .....
If you are in the area it’s not a bad idea to visit it...More