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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.|
|The Italian Military Shrine of El Alamein, which houses the remains of about 5,200 Italian soldiers.br />
|On the Polish war cemetery of Wroclaw are 603 burials from the Second World War. |
There are Polish soldiers and insurgents of the Warsaw uprising buried. The grave of admiral Stefan Frankowski can also be found among the graves.
Stefan Frankowski (1887-1940) was a Polish commodore, posthumously promoted to count...
|The French war cemetery of Venafro contains the burials of 3.414 French soldiers who fell during the Second World War. This is the biggest French war cemetery from WW2 on Italian soil.|
|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||430|
|The People's Hall and Pergola in Wroclaw, Poland.||08/27/2005||502|
|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.|
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|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||493|
|This German war cemetery forms a part of Kharkov cemetery. The war cemetery is set up for bringing German war graves of this region together. At the end of 2008, there were 38,927 graves on this war cemetery. At the end there will be about 40,000 graves.|
|This German war cemetery, next to Jöhvi Communal Cemetery, contains about 3,000 graves of soldiers who were killed at the Narwa-front in summer 1944.|