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Remembrance sites

Description : Situated on the edge of the D934, heading to Gournay, this cemetery, measuring 10,270 m², was built by France in March 1920. It contains 3,296 bodies, of which 1,770 in ossuaries (2). There is also the grave of a Russian soldier. When it was built, graves from the temporary cemeteries of Carlepont, Caisne, Chevillecourt, Nampcel, Lassigny, Autrèches, Plessis-de-Roye, Margny-aux-Cerises, Bailly, and the communal graveyard of Noyon were brought here. Note that the first ten graves, on the right as you enter, are mostly those of Muslim soldiers of the Second World War who fell on 5th June 1940.


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Address : DEPARTEMENTALE 934 60400 Cuts

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Latitude : 49.58072
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From the 4th  week of September to 18th of April

From 2 pm to 5 pm on Monday
From 10 am to 12 am and from 2 pm to 5 pm,  from Tuesday to Saturday

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From 2 pm to 6 pm on Monday
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From the 15th  June to the 3rd  week of September

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