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This is a very well maintained and cared for commonwealth soldier memorial and credit should be given for its guardianship. Although the service people are not actually buried in the memorial grounds, the fact there is a point of remembrance for them is worthy.
It is supposed to be open Thursday to Saturday 9:00 - 14:30, but it was closed this Saturday morning.
The Common Wealth site is a fenced space in a Roman Catholic cemetery, that perhaps is more interesting, though not as well maintained. Here the peacemakers...More
This attraction appears to be a beautifully kept cemetery. There are headstones and memorials all well kept and tended to. But no one is truly buried here. The soldiers are buried elsewhere or were never found. Go to honor the dead...even though they are not...More
Memorial headstones commemorate United Kingdom soldiers who died prior to the 1914-1918 War and whose graves at Amadi, Wadi Halfa, Jubi and Suakin are now lost. Other special memorial headstones commemorate 10 East African soldiers buried at Juba Christian Cemetery, 5 East African and 1...More
Located in a quiet neighborhood near some embassies, this cemetery is a touching monument to the Commonwealth soldiers fallen in the wars fought in the region, well before the WWII also.
It's not a touristic spot, but a place to pay respect to these soldiers....More