Discovering and photographing the unknown beauty of Europe
After having driven around in the north of France and having tasted the trappist, we came back to Belgium. Just across the French-Belgian border, we discovered the Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery.
During World War I a huge field hospital was established in this small village. The wounded who didn’t survive were buried on this site and quite soon the cemetery counted more than 10.000 graves. It’s actually one of the biggest military cemeteries in Belgium.
The pictures can be found here.