War Memorial Sites

War Memorial Sites

Waterloo Battlefield

Discover the Waterloo Battlefield where Napoleon lost his final battle. See the battlefield exactly like it was June the 18th of 1815 when Wellington faced Napoleon for an ultimate battle that changed Europe’s face forever. The Lion’s Mound is an artificial hill of 43 metres high with a statue of a lion on top, roaring southwards in the direction of France. It can be climbed by stairs and offers a splendid view over the whole battlefield.

Open:
Every day
09.30 – 18.00 from June to September
10.00 – 17.00 from October to May

World War Memorial Sites

Dixmude Trenches of Death
Dixmude Ijzertoren
Ypres Menin Gate
Ypres Flanders Fields Museum
Passendaele Tyne Cot Cemetery
Ploegsteert Memorial
Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery
Dozinghem military cemetery
Bedford House Cemetery
Hooge Crater Cemetery
Mendinghem Military Cemetery
Railway Dugouts Burial Ground

 

 

 

Fortresses:

Fort Eben EmaelFort Eben-Emael

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