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Cmentarz wojenny nr 323 Mikluszowice

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War Cemetery No. 323 - Mikluszowice - an Austrian war cemetery from the period of World War I, built by the War Cemetery Department of the C. and K. Military Command Office in Krakow in its IX Bochnia district. It is located in the western part of the town of Mikluszowice in the Bochnia district, in the Drwinia commune of the Małopolska province. It is a quarters in the north-western corner of the Mikluszowice parish cemetery lying on the right side of the road from Bochnia to Świniar. The cemetery was built along the road, on the plan of an elongated rectangle. On the west side a monumental wall was built of concrete blocks. In the middle, a concrete cross was placed on the pedestal, and a cast-iron cross from swords was installed on it, dated 1915. On the sides, on two stools, two-arm crosses dating back to 1914. Two limes were planted on the sides of the wall. In front of it, along the fence, a row of forged, metal crosses was placed on small pedestals: 12 Latin and 3 two-armed crosses. Graves are nameless. The cemetery is fenced with concrete pillars connected by pipes. In front of the monument there are two entrances with partitioned chains. 33 Austro-Hungarian soldiers (19 known by their names) and 15 Russian soldiers were buried there. They fell in August-December 1914 and in early 1915. The necropolis was designed by Franz Stark. During World War II, the Soviet pilot, Nikolai Nikolaevich Sharanda, was buried in the cemetery, shot down on January 15, 1945 by the German anti-aircraft artillery over Gawłówek. [source: Wikipedia, 3232692]
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