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Suda Bay War Cemetery is located approximately 5 km east from the centre of Chania (Xania). There are now 1,500 Commonwealth servicemen of the Second World War buried or commemorated in the cemetery. 776 of the burials are unidentified but special...more
Travelling around in the hire car we noticed a sign coming out of Souda, so a visit to view here.
Very well tended area where all the graves for the fallen over the battle for Crete lay during world war 2.
Wander around here its...More
I caught the bus from Chania and the bus driver said I would find the cemetery if I followed the road. I was a lot longer walk than i anticipated but the walk was well worth it. The graves are pure white and are looked...More
A must see when going to Crete. So Beautifully Kept. Sad to see so many young men interred here. Australians, British and so many other nationalities. Souda Bay is very easy to access. Wrote in the book of memories. They shall never be forgotten x
Very close to where the cruise ship docks. Like all war cemetery's it is a very somber place that is extremely well looked after. It is so sad to see the ages of the soldiers on the graves, what a waste.
There is very little...More
The first thing that strikes you are the number of graves here and then further the number that have no name.
A truly moving place that is well looked after and a place of peace and quiet for reflection of those who gave their lives...More