There are hundreds of cemeteries in the Flanders area but this is maybe by far the most serene and most beautiful one, if you can call a cemetery beautiful. Built on a battlefield area so keep your head down when you get there, you will see shrapnel and rusty battle findings. Pay also attention
Musée du Masque de fer et du Fort Royal, Ile Sainte Marguerite, 1 Place Bernard Cornut-Gentille, 06400 Cannes
A short 15 minute ferry ride from the port of Cannes will take to the beautiful island of l'île Sainte-Marguerite. The Romans set foot on the island during the 1st Century but the island is not famous for this! The general speculation is that King Luis imprisoned his brother (probably
Chinese herdenkingssite Busseboom, Sint-Jansstraat 16, 8970 Poperinge, Belgium
Between 1917-1920 a total of 95000 Chinese labourers served under the British constructing roads and railroads, loading ammunition, repairing and working for the army. After the war they cleaned and cleared the battlefields. More than 2000 Chinese workers died and this memorial is a tribute for
Plugstreet 14-18 experience, Rue de Messines 156, 7782 Comines-Warneton, Belgium
The museum has a couple of monuments at the area outside for the Christmas Truce of 1914 and inside is probably the smallest you will find. The main attraction is the fake tree that was used as observation post or sniper nest.