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Sławęcin

Cmentarz wojenny nr 26 Sławęcin

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War Cemetery No. 26 - Sławęcin - cemetery from World War I, designed by Johann Jäger, located in the village of Sławęcin in the Skołyszyn commune in the Jasło county in the Podkarpackie voivodship. 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 2nd District of Jasło Cemetery. [source: Wikipedia, 858045]
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[source: Wikipedia, 858045]
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Description
The cemetery is located on a prominent hill among fields behind the parish cemetery in Sławęcin on the northern side of the national road No. 28 on the Jasło-Gorlice section, on the evidential plot no. 20. The cemetery offers a vast panorama of the Magura Wątkowska range and the Ropa river valley. The cemetery has a rectangular shape with a transverse symmetry axis with a fenced area of about 400 m. The main architectural accent of the building is a stone central memorial in the form of a pyramid topped with a small stone cross built into the line of the rear (northern) fence. A fence made of stone pillars with a tent's crown joined by iron bars with an entrance from the south side. A system of row-graves graves with gravestones in the form of large openwork Russian cast iron crosses and one German and smaller one-arm and two-blade slatted ones on concrete plinths with enamelled plaques. 346 soldiers were buried in the cemetery, in 36 individual graves and 31 mass graves Oktawian Duda Cemeteries of the First World War in Western Galicia 1914-1918 - Studies and materials, Center for the Protection of the Historic Landscape, Warsaw 1995, pp. 137,446 : * 61 Austro-Hungarian soldiers from the 20th and 56th Infantry Regiment, 27th National Defense Infantry Regiment, 15th Field Artillery Regiment, 4th Tyrolean Imperial Rifle Regiment * 1 German soldier from the 2nd Prussian Pedestrian Regiment of the Guard * 284 Russian soldiers from 121, 241, and 285 Infantry Regiment killed in December 1914 and in May 1915. Among the graves, the grave of Aleksander Fuk who died in 1918, probably an inhabitant of the Sławęcin area. The cemetery was renovated in 2004. The cemetery is the object of the East Front World War Trail in the Podkarpackie Voivodeship. [source: Wikipedia, 858045]
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