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  • Bayernwald (Bayern Wood)

    Bayernwald is closed at the moment and is made conform the measures of COVID-19. This unique German site is located between the villages of Wijtschate and Voormezele. The site consists of ...

  • Lettenberg ©Spectrum Heuvelland

    Lettenberg Hill

    The 'Lettenberg' hill is a spur of the much larger Kemmel Hill, which was the most important British observation post in the sector. Towards the end of 1916, the British ...

  • Pool of Peace

    The Pool of Peace (or Lone Tree Crater) in Wijtschate is now a peaceful reminder of the great Mine Battle of June 1917. The opening of the offensive was marked ...

  • Gedachtenistuin Vluchtelingen

    Refugees Memorial Garden

    In the Hellegatstraat, some 300 metres from the church in Westouter, there is a memorial garden that commemorates the plight of refugees in the First World War and in other ...

  • Kemmel Chateau Military Cemetery

    The castle or chateau of Kemmel stood to the north-west of the village and the cemetery was opened on the north side of the castle park in December 1914. It ...

  • Landscape and war: Heuvelland 1914-1918

    This exhibition explains in an easy-to-understand manner the influence of the hills of Heuvelland on the course of the First World War. The traces of the war that you can ...

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    Peace

    Silent witnesses in stone, earth and wood. Heuvelland has hundreds of them. Memories of three world conflicts, but also reminders of the many wars that still rage today. Something to ...

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