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It is now the largest Commonwealth war cemetery in the world in terms of burials. At the suggestion of King George V, who visited the cemetery in 1922, the Cross of Sacrifice was placed on the original large pill-box. There are three other...more
Tynecotstraat, Zonnebeke 8980, Belgium
+32 51 77 04 41
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Although the Tyne Cot Cemetery is large and has many people visiting, we were amazed at how peaceful and tidy Tyne Cot is. A great place to visit and pay respects.

Thank Stobartben
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We were fortunate enough to be given an hours guided tour of this cemetery by an Intern (Scott) which gave us so much more in depth information than would have otherwise been the case (Good Job Scott) Flowers and insects abound to create a 'peaceful...More

Thank John J
Reviewed 1 week ago

We went to visit this early afternoon and it was full of school children, most of whom did not want to be there. Selfies and memes seem to be the order of the day with the teachers making no attempt to keep their groups under...More

Thank 06Robert
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A silent memorial to the scale and scope of the destruction of the Great War. This is not an exciting way to spend your day, but an educational pilgrimage to the largest Commonwealth War Cemetery where 11,954 young men rest, never to return home again....More

Thank Dukelyer
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is the largest cemetery to visit around the Ypres region and a must-see to help you realize how many victims the Great War made. Very moving experience, meticulously maintained.

Thank Nyah82
Reviewed 1 week ago

Been 3 or 4 times now and makes me stare in awe each time, just so many headstones and names to the missing. The visitor center on the far right is worth a look. The names of a few of the fallen are read out.Time...More

Thank woodysabart
Reviewed 1 week ago

I Visited here in November 2017 as part of a tour around various world war 1 sites in Belgium/France with friends. Tyne Cot was a very humbling experience for me, to see all those unmarked graves. I would recommend a visit here to anyone who...More

Thank Mick W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is beautifully kept , but a sad reminder of so many lives lost and so many young boys ! It’s a very moving experience and a stark reminder of the futility of war ! The reading of the solders names and their ages as...More

Thank Shirley141250
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a big cemetry, a stark reminder to us all, young or old, that war is wasteful of human and animal life.

Thank CambridgeIan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A visit to the Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery in Ypes Salient recently was a very moving experience. The cemetery is beautifully laid out and magnificently maintained. It gives one an idea of the scale of the deaths during the First World War as there are...More

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Response from FabAlan | Reviewed this property |
Nena, I don't recall them being on sale there but in if you visit the Cloth Hall in Ypres or the excellent museum at nearby Zonnebeke, there are shops that do sell the crosses. .. and great respect for your husbands... More
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September 7, 2015|
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Coordinates: 50°53′13″N 02°59′53″E
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Response from M4TRAVELLER | Reviewed this property |
You should spend at least 1. 5 hours here, as it is one of the largest CWG Cemeteries. The good news is that unlike the smaller cemeteries there are toilets available ( .50 euros @ Mar 15). It is also well worth also... More