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Souda Bay War Cemetery, Souda

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The Suda Bay War Cemetery is a military cemetery administered by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission at Souda Bay, Crete, Greece. It contains 19 burials from World War I and 731 World War II burials (Battle of Crete). It was designed by architect Louis de Soissons.

Among those buried there are John Pendlebury (1904–1941) and Dudley Perkins (1915–1944).
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  • Humbling and peaceful location overlooking the bay. Worth visiting for 10 minutes of contemplation. We will remember them. 
    Humbling and peaceful location overlooking the bay. Worth visiting for 10 minutes of contemplation. We will remember them.  more »
  • A beautiful location. Glad we visited. Thought provoking. Everyone should take 15 mins of their time to visit, to remember, to think. Hugely recommend a visit. 
    A beautiful location. Glad we visited. Thought provoking. Everyone should take 15 mins of their time to visit, to remember, to think. Hugely recommend a visit.  more »

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