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- Langemark Cemetery
- Alt Name:
- World War One
- 1900AD - 1999AD
- Menin Gate, Somme battlefields,
about Langemark Cemetery
Langemark Cemetery in Flanders, Belgium, is the burial site of around 44,000 German soldiers who fought in the First World War.
Many of the graves at Langemark Cemetery are mass graves. Langemark was the site of one of the battles which together made up the Battle of Ypres between German and Allied forces. Ypres, today known as Iepers, was a vital strategic location for the Allies during the war.
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Address: Klerkenstraat 66, 8920 Langemark-Poelkapelle, Belgium
Phone: Contact local tourist office
Langemark Cemetery is in the village of Langemark approximately a 15 minute drive north east of Ieper/Ypres along the N313
Langemark Cemetery is free to enter.
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