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The Menen German War Cemetery is located in a bit remote area outside the town of Menen - near the French-Belgian boarder. With 47,864 casualties of the First World War this is the largest German war cemetery is located in the west. Our visit to the cemetery was in the early morning, where the gate to the cemetery was closed. This is the reason why there are no close-up photos of the grave stones.   
        
Menen - Ypres

The Menen German War Graves is a typical German military cemetery - with dark grave stones lying flat on the ground and a few dark crosses.

The Menen German War Graves is a typical German military cemetery - with dark grave stones lying flat on the ground and a few dark crosses. 
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The entrance to the Menen German War Cemetery.

The entrance to the Menen German War Cemetery.
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The memorial house at the centre of the Menen German War Cemetery.

The memorial house at the centre of the Menen German War Cemetery.
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The Menen German War Graves is a typical German military cemetery - with dark grave stones lying flat on the ground and a few dark crosses.

The Menen German War Graves is a typical German military cemetery - with dark grave stones lying flat on the ground and a few dark crosses. 
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A sign at the entrance to the Menen German War Cemetery.

A sign at the entrance to the Menen German War Cemetery.
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The Menen German War Graves is a typical German military cemetery - with dark grave stones lying flat on the ground.

The Menen German War Graves is a typical German military cemetery - with dark grave stones lying flat on the ground. Click on image to see a larger picture

 
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