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Birch cemetery. Jelgava, Latvia
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Birch cemetery is located in Parlielupe, Berzu street, Jelgava, Latvia. It's quite old and still growing. Is known for Latvian train driver Karlis Suna grave, that was tragically died in 1938.

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