Visit of Saint-Symphorien Military Cemetery
Why take this tour?
A graduate historian, specialist in the history of the Great War, you discover this unique place where lie German and British soldiers side by side. This cemetery with its harmonious landscape architecture is particularly peculiar because it houses the graves of John Parr and George Ellison, the first and last British soldier killed during the First World War. George Price, a Canadian soldier who is considered the last fallen military casualty during the conflict, is also buried there. Discover other moving anecdotes during your visit to this singular place of memory: a peaceful place steeped in history.
Entry/Admission - St Symphorien Military Cemetery
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