World War I German Military Cemetery
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World War I German Military Cemetery

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In the years 1936-1938 the German state build a charnel house on the site of former military cemetery with 931 graves. The building received mortal remains of aboute 1000 German soldiers who died on the battlefields along Soča valley in 12th Isonzo battle. The building material for its construction were brought from South Tyrol.

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A: World War I. German Military Cemetery Gates

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World War I. German Military Cemetery Gates

B: On a snowy day

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F: Sotočje - Tolminka river

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G: Bucenica view point @ Metalcamp 2012

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I: City park in Tolmin

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J: Church on Mengore, 453m

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