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Sights in Flanders Fields

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In 2014, we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the First World War. This war began in 1914 and ended in 1918. Flanders Fields is the region of West Flanders, where there has been fought very intense to keep world-peace. The fields along Ypres, Passchendaele, Langemark and Zillebeke have many cemetery's.

Following the centenary there are many restored monuments and renovated museums that have to do with the First World War.

Flanders Fields Museum in the Cloth Hall of Ypres (fully updated)

The Menin Gate, where every day at 8 am sharp, the Last Post is sounded

The fortresses of Ypres
Pictures of the fortresses of Ypres

Menin Gate
Memorial Museum Passchendaele 1917 (Zonnebeke) (fully updated)

Tyne Cot Cemetery (Large English cemetery between Passchendaele and Zonnebeke)

Hooge Crater Museum (Zillebeke, next to Bellewaerde Park)
Pictures of the Hooge Crater British Cemetery

Hill 62 Museum (Zillebeke)

Talbot House (Poperinge)
Trenches at the Memorial museum at Zonnebeke

Iron tower (Diksmuide)

World War I museum at Zonnebeke

Related Information
Photos from the First World War

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