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Vladslo is administered by the German War Graves Commission and is beautifully maintained. Under the German system, twenty soldiers are buried under each flat slab, and on the sunny, peaceful day that we visited, we were moved by the huge loss of life it represents. Also at Vladslo are the two figures known as "The Grieving Parents" which were carved... 更多
We visited this cemetery May 13th. There is a free parking lot next to the cemetery. Be aware that the first parking lot is reserved for buses. This cemetery is famous for the sculpture of the grieving parents by Käthe Kollwitz. Her son Peter died October 23 1914. His name is on the stone in front of the father statue.... 更多
We visited the famous sculptures of Käthe Kollwitz and the grave of her sun Peter on a cold, windy and rainy winter day. Very moving to see and touch these statues, especially when the story of their creating is well known. It is of course a typically sombre German cemetery. The statues seem not to be well protected. There is... 更多
I live nearby the cemetery and visit it regularly and every time it gives me goosbumps. Just to know so many young men gave their lives during the first worldwar. In this yard rest the remains of about 25.000 German soldiers. The graves, under big bluestone tiles are each marked with 20 names. The quietnes and silence are grievous and... 更多
The cemetery contains the graves of 25, 644 German soldiers. Each grave, marked by a simple stone marker, bears the names, ranks, and date of death of 20 soldiers. ,At the far end of the cemetery stands the Kathe Kollwitz sculpture of the Mourning Parents. It is beautiful in its simplicity and powerfully expresses the grief of parents over the... 更多
The cemetery can be visited while it was undergoing improvements with landscaping vehicles when we visited in September 2015. An astonishing number of people were buried here in a very compact space. Display boards tell the story of artist Käthe Kollwitz whose son is buried here and who created the grieving parents statue and was later outcast by Hitler and... 更多
The cemetery is beautiful and very well maintained. When we went there were only 2 other people there. We talked around for about 30 minutes or so and in that time nobody else showed up. I think this place is worth a visit.
The main reason for visiting this cemetery is to view the famous sculptures by Kathe Kollwitz. Contrary to majority opinion, I did not find these sculptures particularly moving or evocative. Also, at the time of my visit the sculptures were surrounded on three sides by very ugly metal fencing which seriously reduced whatever impact they might have had.
The difference between this cemetery and the allies is hugely visible but the story behind it just as moving. The numbers buried or named here is staggering. Although, darker are starker it is still maintained and does offer some sense of peace and calm. Our pupils found it just as moving as the commonwealth and allies' cemeteries.