This small oasis of calm and peace is a fitting tribute to all those who lost their lives in this appalling act in recent history. The small museum was beautifully constructed and the gardens well kept. The old machinery gives a small sense of plave and purpose as well. Our disappointment was there was nowhere to be able to make a donation towards the upkeep. Do visit and learn more about this little known part of the war.
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