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|The Russian war cemetery of Wroclaw contains the burials of 760 soviet soldiers. Among those buried here are 6 Hero's of the Soviet Union.|
|Polish War Cemetery with 650 graves.|
|On the Central Cemetery of Szcecin are the graves of soldiers who perished in World War 2. Among them are 3.012 soviet soldiers, 20 soviet citizens and 367 Polish soldiers.|
There are also 33 Belgian and 6 Polish POW's buried on an other part of the cemetery.
|Wrocław (German Breslau, Czech Vratislav, Latin Wratislavia; many Polish documents in English use the spelling Wroclaw) is the capital of Silesia in southwestern Poland, situated on the Oder River (Odra). As of 2003, the city had a population of 638,000. It is the principal city of the Lower Silesia region and the administrative seat of the Lower Silesian Voivodship (since 1999), previousl...||08/18/2005||544|
|The Polish military field of honor has been placed on the slopes between Point 445 and the abbey on the mountain of Monte Cassino. On this cemetery 1052 soldiers have been buried. The 2nd Polish Army Corps of Lieutenant General Wladyslaw Anders played an important part in the final attack on the German defenses in May 1944. Finally, on May the 18th, a platoon of the 1st Squadron of the 12th Reg...||09/04/2009||335|
|The Italian war cemetery for fallen soldiers from the First World War, also contains the graves of 20 Italian POW's from the Second World War. They died in German captivity (1943).|
|Many Polish casualties of World War 2 were buried in this special section of Newark Cemetery (which lies just beyond the mortuary rooms), including their leader General Sikorsky, whose remains were relatively recently returned to Poland. This photo http://homepages.nildram.co.uk/~jimella/m602501.jpg was taken on 2nd November 2002. ||02/19/2008||778|
|Iglica (Polish; means "the spire") is a needle-like monument in Wroclaw, Poland. It was built in 1948 and was 106 metre tall (now, after renovation, highest ten meters were removed, and it is 96 m).|
This structure was constructed by Polish Communists for an exhibition to celebrate the occupation of former eastern provinces of Germany, so called "recovered lands&quo...
|small Pedestrian Bridges the “Zabia Kladka” Bridge crossing the Oder river in Wroclaw,Poland|
|Airfield Szymanow in Wroclaw, Poland. It is a base airfield of Aeroklub Wroclawski (Aeroclub of Wroclaw) Two An-2 and Jak-12(?) on the ground.||08/08/2005||479|
|The People's Hall and Pergola in Wroclaw, Poland.||08/27/2005||538|
|This German war cemetery is the cemetery of POW-camp 242. There are more than 700 graves from the Second World War. The war cemetery is located on Gorlovka city cemetery.|