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#1 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Diksmuide
One of the highlights of our Flanders cycling sortie ... ascend 22 floors in the lift, climb 2 more via the stairs for spectacular panoramic views over Flanders, then descend 22 floors of the marvellous museum on...
Fantastic views from the towers top.
#2 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Diksmuide
This cemetery is such a contrast to others in the region and well worth a visit for a more balanced view of the conflicts.
In the cemetery, our French guide told us that twenty years later in 1957, several small German graveyards were combined on this site, to make a total of 25,644 German soldiers and comrades, finally laid to rest t...
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#3 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Diksmuide
A great historical site at the Yser (front) where in Dikslmuide/Dixmude the Belgian Army brougth a halt to and made a stalemate with the German invading troops from Oct 1914 till Sept 1918.
On our last day in the WWI Battlefields in Belgium, we took the stairs - or the lift - for a bird's eye view (and super pics) from the roof of the Trench of Death in Dixmude, by the River Yser.
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#4 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Diksmuide
Diksmuide is an old Flemish city, played an important role during WWI (hence the many museums and sites) but take also a look at the city center.
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#7 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Diksmuide
Houthulst Military Cemetery Houthulst 5.4 km away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Houthulst
Langemark Cemetery Langemark 13.3 km away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Langemark
Unlike Commonwealth War Graves, German soldiers were mostly buried in mass graves, and the poignant new entrance tunnel to the site is meant to symbolise that.
Many German men interred here were university students, so it can be called the Students Cemetery, it is tree filled, so feels darker than some CWWG sites which tend to be more "garden" like.
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Essex Farm Cemetery Ieper (Ypres) 14.0 km away
#8 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Ieper (Ypres)
The site is walking distance along the canal in Ypres, while it is the area from which John McCrae wrote his poem the cemetery housed a fallen soldier who is 15 but also had the grave of one of the fallen soldiers...
Again, as with all Commonwealth War Graves Commission sites, it is very well kept.
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#10 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Diksmuide