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Małastów

Cmentarz wojenny nr 66 Małastów

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War Cemetery No. 66 - Małastów - a cemetery from World War I, located in the village of Małastów in the Gorlice poviat, in the Sękowa commune, designed by Hans Mayr. 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 III Cemetery District of Gorlice. [source: Wikipedia, 2189746]
type of the cemeterywar
state of the cemeteryclosed
[source: Wikipedia, 2189746]
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Description
The cemetery is located on the hillside, at the edge of the forest (now the whole object and its surroundings are overgrown with thick forest), by the forest road along the stream. The cemetery has a rectangular shape with an area of approximately 332 m. It is surrounded on four sides by a fence made of hewn stone. In the lower right corner of the cemetery there is a parometer stone obelisk. In the middle of the fence there is a wooden entrance gate, from which runs a paved path separating the cemetery area into two parts. The graves are framed and marked with tombstones in the form of cast-iron crosses dating from 1915 and small cast-iron crosses on concrete platforms. Four 118 collective graves were buried in the cemetery: * 41 Austro-Hungarian, among others from the 18th Austro-Hungarian Infantry Regiment, 28th Austro-Hungarian Infantry Regiment, 33th Austro-Hungarian Infantry Regiment * 77 Russian fallen on May 2, 1915. [source: Wikipedia, 2189746]
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