4.537 French graves and 2.000 in 2 ossuaries (1914-1918) and 151 French soldiers (1939-1945)
The Ossuary is a memorial building with an adjoining cemetery, forming part of the French national remembrance for the dead of the First World War.
The Faubourg Pavé necropolis is located east of Verdun in the direction of Etain, Metz, Battlefield. The necropolis contains 5516 bodies including 4852...Read more
Monument placed in back of the cemetery for honoring the victims of the Great War. Monument inaugurated in 1923 with two years of work and 13 workers....Read more
Monument erected in honor of resistance fighters fallen in"La Brayotte" during the Second World War.
Verdun "Glorieux" National Cemetery holds the remains of soldiers who died for France during the battles in Verdun from 1916 to 1918. Established in 1916,...Read more
The original cemetery was situated for a long time immediately around the church. In the mid-XX century, it had to be relocated so that a new village square...Read more
The town of Chauconin-Neufmontiers was badly affected by the battles of September 1914.The town was devastated and the church of Neufmontiers was...Read more