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My friend and I took the trip out to Draguignan from Nice. The drive was about an hour, and I would do it again without a doubt! The cemetery is beautiful, and meticulously well kept. At the very back of the cemetery is a beautiful...More
The Rhone American Cemetery and Memorial is a wonderfully peaceful, beautiful place, and a touching place to reflect on the sacrifice of those who liberated Europe. The most striking aspect of this cemetery isn’t the number of headstones, as it is in Normandy, but the...More
Still a little jet-lagged, took a short trip to the Rhône American Cemetery in Draguignan. Buried there are about a thousand men and women that died during the southern invasion of Europe in August 1944. What was supposed to be a quick stop and lunch...More
We have visited a number of the American cemeteries overseas - I loved how this one had an interactive book for kids and adults to take out and find certain things in the cemetery, complete with stories on the soldiers buried there - the average...More
As are all places where fallen soldiers are remembered this is beautifully maintained and staffed by English speaking staff. Frequent tours are conducted for visiting groups with explanations of how some of those interred here fell in battle. Not huge in comparison to some memorial...More
This cemetery is quite small but extremely moving. We visited on Mother's Day and a tour group had left single long stemmed roses on several graves. This is a stop that is worth your time and is a very well maintained site.
One of the smaller cemeteries, but well worth the stop. Allison running the cemetery is very enthusiastic about her charge, and they make a real effort to make visitors and surviving family members feel welcome.