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A humbling experience the grave yard is run by the common wealth war grave commission and is immaculate as would be expected.
Hundreds of crypto of British and common wealth soldiers, airmen and sailors...I was moved to see such young ages of those who gave...More
Just an amazing experience - to witness the graves of young ‘boys’ KIA in WW1, and to simply imagine the horror of having to bury 6 to 8 service min in one grave - because the dig the grave out of rock.
Well tendered as...More
I visited this cemetery yesterday. I would not have be able to do so whilst on holiday in Malta if it had not been for the help of another trip advisor reviewer; who very kindly gave me the details I required.
I was very taken...More
Kalkara Naval Cemetary at Capucinni, is on the site of an ancient Monastry on the hill, overlooking the dockyards of Valletta. It is startling Portland Stone, sandstone white and sand reflecting the bright sun and deep blue sky overhead. Beautifully planted with trees, shrubs, flowers...More
Just visited Kalkara naval/Air force cemetery in Malta. A very moving experience.
As usual this cemetery of war graves is kept immaculate. A testament to the people in it.
This cemetery is worth a visit.
I have been to this Cemetery several times, and fundamentally, as a Volunteer with the War Graves Photographic Project.
It is a Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery and they maintain it.
There are burials from both World Wars and many nationalities.
One of the more upsetting...More