An Ossuary located in Slovenia, a country which borders Italy to the Northeast, dedicated to honoring the Italian casualties from World War One. It was made in 1938 and opened by Benito Mussolini that year. This Ossuary is also built around St. Anthony’s Church.
WW1 memorial site located near Diksmuide, Belgium. This site played a major role in stopping the German’s from crossing the Yser Canal. It is here that Belgian soldiers fought under dangerous conditions until September 28, 1918.
This cemetery the largest commonwealth cemetery in the world. It contains the remains of over 11,000 soldiers who gave their life over the course of the first World War. In the cemetery, there lie over 8,000 unidentified plots.
This famous gate commemorates the fallen British soldiers from WW1. Many of these soldiers do not have graves, so they are remembered at this gate. The Commonwealth still perform a memorial service for these fallen men and it draws visitors from around the world.
This German cemetery in Belgium honors German soldiers fallen in WW1. The most interesting feature about this cemetery is the statues of the grieving parents in the back. The artist, Kathe Kollwitz, made these statues for her son who was buried there after he died in the battles of WW1.