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Dumlupinar War Grave
Turkey

Kütahya Dumlupınar Kurtuluş Savaşı Şehitliği, Dumlupınar Meydan Muharebesi'nde ölen Türk askerleri anısına Kütahya'nın Dumlupınar ilçesinde 1992 yılında Kültür Bakanlığı tarafından yaptırılan şehitliktir. Büyük Taarruz'un 70. yıldönümü olan 30 Ağustos1992 günü hizmete açılmıştır. Projesi mimar Nejat Dinçel tarafından çizilmiştir. Şehitlikte adları tespit edilebilen 500 er ve 100 subayın mezar taşı yer alır. Mezarlık bölümü dışında namazgah, şadırvan, otopark bölümlerinden oluşur.

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Uploaded: 29/08/2012
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