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Gładyszów

Cmentarz wojenny nr 55 Gładyszów

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War Cemetery No. 55 - Gładyszów - cemetery from World War I in the village of Gładyszów in the Gorlice poviat, in the Uście Gorlickie commune, designed by Dušan Jurkovič. One of over 400 Western-Galician war cemeteries built by the Cemetery Graves Division of the C. and K. Military Commanders in Krakow. It belongs to the First Cemetery District of Nowy Żmigród. [source: Wikipedia, 2148981]
type of the cemeterywar
state of the cemeteryclosed
[source: Wikipedia, 2148981]
Poland
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Description
The facility is located at the route 997 Gorlice - Konieczna, about a kilometer from the buildings of the village of GĹ‚adyszĂłw. On the rectangular plan with bevelled corners, it covers an area of about 357 m. Surrounded by a wooden fence with a shingle roof covered by an entrance gate. On the compositional axis, a slender tall (12 m) wooden monumental tower, three-story, topped with a cross with a semicircular tin cover. On the stone octagonal pedestal of the tower there are original stone tablets with blurred inscription: "Soldier's death is holy and every order of hatred pays. Was brother or enemy, Let no one remember, We honor and honor We give them as gift." Originally, the cemetery was on the edge of the forest, now its immediate vicinity as well as the area of the cemetery itself is overgrown with young trees and brambles. 104 soldiers in 4 mass graves and 10 individual graves who died in December 1914 and February and in May 1915 were buried in the cemetery: * 92 Russians * 12 Austrians, among others from 90 IR, 25 LIR, 25 LIR, 2 Regiment of Uhlans, 28th Field Artillery Regiment File: GĹ‚adyszĂłw, military cemetery No. 55 (HB4) .jpg [source: Wikipedia, 2148981]
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