A shocking, humbling, yet very interesting place to visit. It's hard to imagine the slaughter and utter carnage of 100 years ago given the hallmark beauty, peace and tranquillity of this CWGC site, although the visitors centre does well to set the scene - in a very personal way. Unmissable.
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