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Today the main ceremony.
The cemetery commemorates 5,731 fallen soldiers from 57 different nations, among them 30 identified as Jews. [4,049 of gravestones, among them those of 40 Jews].
All before 1948
I was the only one that was allowd by Police and British Security
Probebly as for drone size to
Take pictures.
These came out.
Guy
 

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Wow, what an incredible experience to attend the main ceremony at the cemetery.
 
It's truly a remarkable ceremony honoring the fallen soldiers from different nations at the cemetery. The photos you captured with your drone must be incredible. Speaking of commemorating loved ones, I've found a beautiful selection of double flat headstones that can be a meaningful tribute. Keep cherishing those special moments, and continue sharing your experiences.
 
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