Belgium - Tyne Cot War Cemetery - 5

Tyne Cot War Cemetery - Zonnebekey - Ypres - Belgium - World War I - Solidiers - War graves - Memorial - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com
The Tyne Cot War Cemetery is located near Z
onnebeke just northeast of Ypres - one of the towns that saw a lot of fighting during World War I. The cemetery holds 11,954 graves of British and other Commonwealth soldiers, which makes it one of the largest World War I cemeteries in the area.
 
      
Zonnebeke - Ypres

The grave of Air Mechanic G. Worthing - Royal Flying Corps - at the Tyne Cot War Cemetery near Zonnebeke. He was killed on the 5th of June 1917.

The grave of Air Mechanic G. Worthing - Royal Flying Corps - at the Tyne Cot War Cemetery near Zonnebeke. He was killed on the 5th of June 1917.
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Some of the graves in from of the memorial wall at the Tyne Cot War Cemetery near Zonnebeke. The wall contains thousands of names.

Some of the graves in from of the memorial wall at the Tyne Cot War Cemetery near Zonnebeke. The wall contains thousands of names.
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Two graves of "unknown" soldier at the Tyne Cot War Cemetery near Zonnebeke. One of them was "A Canadian officer of the Great War".

Two graves of "unknown" soldier at the Tyne Cot War Cemetery near Zonnebeke. One of them was "A Canadian officer of the Great War".
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Some of the graves near the entrance to the Tyne Cot War Cemetery near Zonnebeke.

Some of the graves near the entrance to the Tyne Cot War Cemetery near Zonnebeke.
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Some of the many graves - ant the cross - at the Tyne Cot War Cemetery near Zonnebeke.

Some of the many graves - ant the cross - at the Tyne Cot War Cemetery near Zonnebeke.
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Two graves of "unknown" soldier -  "A soldier of the Great War - Machine Gun Corps" and "A British Officer (Second Lieutenant) of the Great War" - at the Tyne Cot War Cemetery near Zonnebeke.

Two graves of "unknown" soldier -  "A soldier of the Great War - Machine Gun Corps" and "A British Officer (Second Lieutenant) of the Great War" - at the Tyne Cot War Cemetery near Zonnebeke.
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