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Kramolin WWI monument, Czech Republic

Kramolin WWI monument, Czech Republic

War monument for WW I in small village of Kramolin

Czech Republic, Region of South Bohemia

Zenica Prison, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Zenica Prison, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Zenica Prison is one of the most recognizable and unique heritage sites in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is also a heritage site where site managers and partners work together with community, real estate owners and businesses to promote and interpret the importance of site and to safeguard this by managing, conserving and protecting tangible and intangible heritage.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Zenica

World War I Military Cemetery 2.– Pécs public cemetery

World War I Military Cemetery 2.– Pécs public cemetery

Outdoor War Monument

Hungary,

Monument of WWI on Vörösmarty Square, Veszprém, Hungary

Monument of WWI on Vörösmarty Square, Veszprém, Hungary

This Monument is located at Vörösmarty square in Veszprem city center. Prepared by Malasits Ferenc, inaugurated in 1939.

Hungary,

WWI Monument in St.Laszló Park, Mórahalom, Hungary

WWI Monument in St.Laszló Park, Mórahalom, Hungary

WWI Monument for the heroes died between 1914-1918.

Hungary, Csongrád

World War I & II Memorial Tablet - Pécs-Vasas

World War I & II Memorial Tablet - Pécs-Vasas

Hungary,

World War I Memorial - Szarvas

World War I Memorial - Szarvas

Memorial in the center of Szarvas.

Hungary,

World War I Memorial Tablet – Pécs-Málom

World War I Memorial Tablet – Pécs-Málom

Outdoor memorial

Hungary, Hungary

Miners Memorial - Hősök square

Miners Memorial - Hősök square

Outdoor statue in Hősök square

Hungary, Hungary

Pécs- Mecsekszabolcs

Pécs- Mecsekszabolcs

Outdoor war monument

Hungary, Hungary

World War I Memorial Tablet - Nagyárpád

World War I Memorial Tablet - Nagyárpád

Memorial Tablet in Nagyárpád

Hungary, Hungary

World War I Memorial – Pécs-Somogy

World War I Memorial – Pécs-Somogy

Outdoor war monument

Hungary, Hungary

Military cemetery in Stebník

Military cemetery in Stebník

13km from the town Bardejov, where you can find UNESCO heritage, is the small village Stebník, close to which is military cemetery, where are buried almost 200 soldiers.

Slovakia,

Small museum dedicated to World War One in Nižná Polianka

Small museum dedicated to World War One in Nižná Polianka

In the premises of the General Office in Nizna Polianka, they have set up a memorial room to remind the struggles at Kastielik Hill, where hundreds of soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian and Russian armies died during the First World War.

Slovakia,

Military cemetery in Nižná Polianka

Military cemetery in Nižná Polianka

Between the municipalities Hutka and Nižná Polianka there is a war cemetery from the First World War in the archive documents called the Nižná Polianka I cemetery. This cemetery is one of the most interesting in the Bardejov district, where are 384 soldiers buried.

Slovakia,

Military Cemetery Mikulášová

Military Cemetery Mikulášová

17km from the town Bardejov, is located small village Mikulášová, in the area of which, you can find WW1 cemetery.

Slovakia,

Military Cemetery Zbojné

Military Cemetery Zbojné

Close to the small village Zbojné, more than 100 soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian and German army are buried at the war cemetery. The cemetery was built during the First World War and reconstruction was made in period of 2015 -2017.

Slovakia,

Military cemeteries in Svetlice

Military cemeteries in Svetlice

More than 100 soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian army are buried in the war cemetery near village Svetlice, which was in the years 2013 -2015 reconstructed.

Slovakia,

Military cemetery Hostovice

Military cemetery Hostovice

This cemetery represents the place of the final rest for 112 soldiers; the majority of them, 104 Austro-Hungarian soldiers are known according to their names. The rest 8 soldiers are unknown; the one from them is probably a soldier of Russian army.

Slovakia,

World War I Military Cemetery 1. – public cemetery of Pécs

World War I Military Cemetery 1. – public cemetery of Pécs

Outdoor War Monument in the Public Cemetery of Pécs

Hungary, Hungary

Military cemeteries and trenches in Výrava

Military cemeteries and trenches in Výrava

The complex of three military cemeteries and lots of tranchecs can be found ner the village Výrava.

Slovakia,

Military cemetery Veľkrop

Military cemetery Veľkrop

The war cemetery in Veľkrop is the biggest cemetery from the First World War in Slovakia. 8862 soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian and Russian armies have found final resting place here.

Slovakia,

WWI monument, Dolní Hbity

WWI monument, Dolní Hbity

War monument for soldiers fallen in WWI,

Czech Republic,

World War I Memorial Tablet - University of Pécs

World War I Memorial Tablet - University of Pécs

Memorial Tablet at the local univesity in Pécs.

Hungary, Hungary

World War I Memorial – C.R. Nagy Lajos High School

World War I Memorial – C.R. Nagy Lajos High School

Indoor World War I monument

Hungary, Hungary

Railwayman Heroes Memorial - Pécs

Railwayman Heroes Memorial - Pécs

Outdoor war memorial near the railway station of Pécs

Hungary, Hungary

World War I Memorial Tablet – Széchenyi István High School

World War I Memorial Tablet – Széchenyi István High School

Indoor world war I. monument

Hungary, Hungary

World War I Memorial Tablet – Pécs Synagogue

World War I Memorial Tablet – Pécs Synagogue

War memorial in the outer wall of the Synagogue.

Hungary, Hungary

War Monument, Trebon, Czech Republic

War Monument, Trebon, Czech Republic

War monument for fallen soldiers of WW I and WW II

Czech Republic,

War Monument Branna, Czech Republic

War monument by Jan Kojan

Czech Republic, Region of South Bohemia

8th Aircraftman Hussar Regiment Memorial

8th Aircraftman Hussar Regiment Memorial

Memorial at the main square of Pécs

Hungary, Hungary

19th Aircraftman Infantry Regiment

19th Aircraftman Infantry Regiment

Outdoor war monument at the main square of Pécs

Hungary, Hungary

52nd Aircraftman Infantry Regiment-Pécs

52nd Aircraftman Infantry Regiment-Pécs

Outdoor war monument at the main square of Pécs.

Hungary, HU

Soldier's Monument in the settlement of Chervenci, Valchi Dol Municipality, Varna Region, Bulgaria

Soldier's Monument in the settlement of Chervenci, Valchi Dol Municipality, Varna Region, Bulgaria

The Soldier's Monument in the settlement of Chervenci was built in the memory of the inhabitants of the village who have died during the 1912-1913, 1915-1918 and 1944-1945 wars in defense of the homeland.

The monument is situated at the park opposite the school. It is celebrated on May 9th each year. It was initially opened on 15 May 1921.

Bulgaria, Bulgaria

Soldier's Monument in the settlement of Brestak,  Varna Region, Bulgaria

Soldier's Monument in the settlement of Brestak, Varna Region, Bulgaria

Soldier's Monument in the settlement of Brestak, Valchi Dol Municipality, Varna Region, Bulgaria was built in the memory of the inhabitants of the village  of Brestak who have died during the 1912-1913 and 1915-1918 wars in defence of the homeland.

 

The monument is situated in the village’s park near the fountain; there is an area especially for it. The monument is made of stone and cement. It is celebrated on June 2th each year.

Bulgaria, Bulgaria

Soldier’s Monument in Chernevo, Suvorovo Municipality, Bulgaria

Soldier’s Monument in Chernevo, Suvorovo Municipality, Bulgaria

The monument was built in the memory of the inhabitants of the village of Chernevo who have died during the WWI (1915-1918) in defense of the homeland. The monument is situated in the park at the village center near to the Community Centre Zora .

Bulgaria, Bulgaria

Soldier’s  Monument in Suvorovo, Bulgaria

Soldier’s Monument in Suvorovo, Bulgaria

The monument was built in the memory of the inhabitants of the town of Suvorovo who have died during the WWI (1915-1918) in defense of the homeland. The monument is situated in the park at the town center near to the building of Suvorovo Municipality and the Community Center Probuda .

Bulgaria, Bulgaria

Museum of  Naval Education at Naval Academy, Varna, Bulgaria

Museum of Naval Education at Naval Academy, Varna, Bulgaria

The Bulgarian Naval Academy is located in Varna on a terrain, which was German military protestant cemetery in the past. The Museum of Naval Education is part of the Naval Academy. It is located at the west (left) site of the Academy Main Corpus under the Planetarium. The form is a circle, divided inside into separated thematic sections.

Bulgaria, Bulgaria

Military Cemetery Josefov, Czech Republic

Military Cemetery Josefov, Czech Republic

The Military Cemetery Josefov is connected with the Josefov Fortress, a fortified garrison town and POW camp during WWI.

Czech Republic, Hradec Králové Region

Soldier's monument, Razgrad, Bulgaria

Soldier's monument, Razgrad, Bulgaria

Memorial of the fallen in wars citizens of Razgrad

Bulgaria, Razgrad

The memorial of the First Sofia Division, Sofia

The memorial of the First Sofia Division, Sofia

Bulgaria, Sofia

Soldier's monument, Dobrodan, Bulgaria

Soldier's monument, Dobrodan, Bulgaria

Bulgaria, Dobrodan

The Monument of Bulairtsi – for hero solders of the 13th Rila Regiment

The Monument of Bulairtsi – for hero solders of the 13th Rila Regiment

Bulgaria, Kyustendil

Monument-fountain of the gunmen from the Shumen garrison, Shumen

Monument-fountain of the gunmen from the Shumen garrison, Shumen

Bulgaria, Shumen

Monument of the Fallen in the Wars from 1912-1913, 1915-1918 and 1941-1945, Troyan

Monument of the Fallen in the Wars from 1912-1913, 1915-1918 and 1941-1945, Troyan

Bulgaria, Troyan

Heroes Mausolem (Mausoleum of Mateiaş) in Valea Mare Pravăţ, Romania

Heroes Mausolem (Mausoleum of Mateiaş) in Valea Mare Pravăţ, Romania

Mausoleum from Mateiaş is a monument dedicated to the heroes from WW1, being located near Câmpulung Muscel town in Valea Mare – Pravăț commune, Argeş county.

The mausoleum has been built in the period 1928-1935 at the initiative of the local branch „Cultul eroilor“ Society. The building has two wings: one horizontally, the Ossuary where in 31 crypts there are the bones of over 2,300 Romanian soldiers and one vertically shaped like a tower with a gazebo.

Romania, Sud Muntenia Region,

Camp cemetery of the former Marchtrenk POW camp, Upper Austria, Austria

Camp cemetery of the former Marchtrenk POW camp, Upper Austria, Austria

Up to 35,000 POWs could be housed in the former Marchtrenk POW camp. A total of 1,869 POW soldiers are buried in the camp cemetery – 1,382 Italian soldiers, 457 Russians, one Romanian, 11 Serbs and 18 unknown soldiers.

Austria, Upper Austria

Officers' villa, pump house and soldiers' cemetery of the former POW camp Knittelfeld, Styria, Austria

Officers' villa, pump house and soldiers' cemetery of the former POW camp Knittelfeld, Styria, Austria

The soldiers' cemetery, originally called the camp cemetery, belonged with the pump house and officers' villa to the former Knittelfeld POW camp in which thousands of POWs were accommodated during World War I. After Italy entered the war in May 1915 a new front, the Southwestern Front, was created between Austria-Hungary and Italy, and the camp location then also served as a military hospital for the Austro-Hungarian army from 1915 onwards.

Austria, Styria

Building and railway installation of the former POW camp Feldbach-Mühldorf, Styria, Austria

Building and railway installation of the former POW camp Feldbach-Mühldorf, Styria, Austria

The Feldbach POW camp constructed in 1915 also included a hospital that expanded during World War I to become one of the largest military hospitals of the Danube Monarchy. The camp also served as an important production location for the Austro-Hungarian military. H

Austria, Styria

Memorial for Jewish soldiers of World War One and War memorial on the central cemetery of Vienna, Austria

Memorial for Jewish soldiers of World War One and War memorial on the central cemetery of Vienna, Austria

The memorial for Jewish soldiers who fell in World War One is located in the old Israelite section of the Central Cemetery (Gate 1, Group 76B). It was erected in 1928 according to a design by the architect Leopold Ponzen.

The war memorial on the central cemetery is a war burial place of the community of Vienna.

Austria, Vienna

Bruckneudorf War memorial, Burgenland, Austria

Bruckneudorf War memorial, Burgenland, Austria

The memorial located on the military parade ground at Bruckneudorf (Királyhida in Hungarian) in the district of Neusiedl am See had already been planned in 1915 by the architect Emil Krause on the initiative of the War Ministry, the design being based on the Leipzig battle of the nations memorial. The tower-like edifice was constructed in 1915/16 with the forced labour of Russian POWs in Austro-Hungarian captivity during World War I.

Austria, Burgenland

Trail of Peace / Karnischer Höhenweg in the Carnic Alps, East Tyrol and Carinthia, Austria

Trail of Peace / Karnischer Höhenweg in the Carnic Alps, East Tyrol and Carinthia, Austria

Along the Trail of Peace ("Via della Pace" or Karnischer Höhenweg), many archaeological traces from World War One can be found. The remains are in different conditions and some of the sites are already heritage-protected.

The Trails of Peace were initiated by the Austrian Dolomitenfreunde association with the aim of making former World War One tracks across the front accessible again and conserving the heritage of the war in this region.

Austria, East-Tyrol, Carinthia

Russian Orthodox chapel in Zagging, Lower Austria, Austria

Russian Orthodox chapel in Zagging, Lower Austria, Austria

The timber chapel is located on the eastern roadside of Landesstraße 100 in the centre of the Lower Austrian community of Zagging (L100/Ziegelofen crossing). In World War I it was built by Russian POWs in the Spratzern POW camp near to St. Pölten where they were housed. The original location of the chapel can no longer be precisely identified.

Austria, Lower Austria

War memorial in Bludenz, Vorarlberg, Austria

War memorial in Bludenz, Vorarlberg, Austria

In 1928 a war memorial was erected in Bludenz, to the east of the old parish church of Hl. Laurentius and slightly below it, for soldiers who fell in World War One. Alfons Fritz (1900–1933), an important Vorarlberg architect during the period between the wars, designed and planned the memorial. Because of this architect's language of design the memorial pioneers a new form of commemorative culture.

Austria, Vorarlberg

Hessen Memorial in Linz, Upper Austria, Austria

Hessen Memorial in Linz, Upper Austria, Austria

The Hessen memorial in Linz was constructed in 1928 to commemorate the approximately 5,000 fallen soldiers of Infantry Regiment No. 14 in World War One.

Austria, Upper Austria

Prinz-Heinrich Memorial chapel, East Tyrol, Austria

Prinz-Heinrich Memorial chapel, East Tyrol, Austria

The Prinz-Heinrich memorial chapel, a small timber chapel, is situated on a slight rise on the Obstanser Boden in the Carnic Alps in eastern Tyrol (borough of Kartitsch). The chapel was constructed in 1916 at a height of 1,957 metres above sea level to commemorate soldiers who fell in this section of the front. Its name commemorates Prinz Heinrich von Bayern who fell in November 1916 in Romania.

Austria, East-Tyrol

Nauders road block and fortification, North Tyrol, Austria

Nauders road block and fortification, North Tyrol, Austria

The Nauders road block, also called Hochfinstermünz block, is a fortification situated 2.5 kilometres to the north-west of the town of Nauders in North Tyrol. The site, constructed between 1834 and 1840 on the location of an old defence wall, was the oldest manned fortification in World War I on the Austrian side. Today it is the only old-Austrian fortification system of the southerly barrier chain still on Austrian soil.

Austria, Tyrol

Crypt of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Castle Artstetten, Lower Austria, Austria

Crypt of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Castle Artstetten, Lower Austria, Austria

Castle Artstetten near to Pöchlarn is resided in by the Hohenberg family, the descendants of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie Duchess of Hohenberg. The heirs to the throne were killed on 28 June 1914 on the occasion of the assassination in Sarajevo. The family crypt, constructed in 1909, is part of the estate. Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie found their final resting place here and were buried on 4 July 1914.

Austria, Lower Austria

Memorial site of the former refugee camp Bruck an der Leitha, Lower Austria, Austria

Memorial site of the former refugee camp Bruck an der Leitha, Lower Austria, Austria

In 1916 Austria-Hungary commissioned construction of a refugee camp in Bruck an der Leitha. A total of around 5,000 Slovenian refugees were housed there who were forced to flee from the fighting on the Isonzo front or that had to be evacuated from the region.

Austria, Niederösterreich

Vandans/Montafon Memorial plaque for Russian POWs, Vorarlberg, Austria

Vandans/Montafon Memorial plaque for Russian POWs, Vorarlberg, Austria

Russian POWs in the custody of Austria-Hungary during World War I had to carry out extensive forced labour from 1915 onwards. They were put to use in various areas. The Austro-Hungarian military authorities frequently used them for infrastructure work – as happened with the approximately 200 Russian POWs forced to work on mountain stream control for the Mustergielbach in the community of Vandans in Montafon, Vorarlberg. A memorial plaque still commemorates the POW work force.

Austria, Vorarlberg

"Iron Soldier" (Wehrmann in Eisen), Vienna, Austria

"Iron Soldier" (Wehrmann in Eisen), Vienna, Austria

The “Iron Soldier” was set up in March 1915 on Schwarzenbergplatz in the fourth Vienna city district for the purpose of collecting money for war widows and orphans. Donors were able to hammer nails into the figure – it was apparently around 500,000 nails with this statue. The figure was removed at the end of the war in 1918.

Austria, Vienna

Chapel of Peace at Zollnersee, Carinthia, Austria

Chapel of Peace at Zollnersee, Carinthia, Austria

In memory of the fallen soldiers of World War One, the Chapel of Peace at Zollnersee in the Carnic Alps, located at approx. 1,750 metres above sea level, was inaugurated in 1987. The Italian student of architecture Marina Muser carried out the first planning steps for constructing the Chapel of Peace in 1980. Before construction of the chapel, a wrought iron cross was erected on the Kleine Trieb (2,199 m) in the year 1978.

Austria, Carinthia

Monument of the perished for the motherland warriors from Targovishte and region, Targovishte, Bulgaria

Monument of the perished for the motherland warriors from Targovishte and region, Targovishte, Bulgaria

Bulgaria, Targovishte

Railway station, Dobrich, Bulgaria

Railway station, Dobrich, Bulgaria

Bulgaria, Dobrich

Mausoleum of the WWI Heroes in Comana, Romania

Mausoleum of the WWI Heroes in Comana, Romania

Mausoleum of the Heroes fallen during World War One is a historical monument located in the courtyard of Comana Monastery in Comana Commune, in Giurgiu County.

Romania, South Muntenia Region

"Ostbahn" narrow gauge railway in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina

"Ostbahn" narrow gauge railway in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina

“Ostbahn” is a narrow gauge railway line built in 1906 from Sarajevo to Uvac on then Ottoman border, with a fork to Vardište on the Serbian border. The line was operated by the army and extensively used for military purposes, especially in the first two years of WWI.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Eastern Bosnia

French Military Square in Galati, Romania

French Military Square in Galati, Romania

This is a area within a cemetery in which there are the graves of 62 French soldiers and nine Algerian soldiers who died in the First World War in the French military hospital of Galati

Romania, South East Region

Mausoleum of the WWI Heroes in Toplita, Harghita county, Romania

Mausoleum of the WWI Heroes in Toplita, Harghita county, Romania

The Mausoleum was built based on the initiative of the "Heroes Cult Society" and was inaugurated in 1925. At the base of the mausoleum there is an ossuary that shelters the bones of 771 Romanian soldiers fallen in this region in the battles of 1918.

Romania, Centre Region

Monument of the WWI Heroes in Brasov, Romania

Monument of the WWI Heroes in Brasov, Romania

The monument honours, for the posteriority, the memory of the mostly unknown soldiers who lost their lives during the First World War in the battles in Brasov.

Romania, Centre Region

St. Trinity Ossuary Church /Church Monument with Mausoleum, Bulgaria, Kyustendil

St. Trinity Ossuary Church /Church Monument with Mausoleum, Bulgaria, Kyustendil

Bulgaria, Gyueshevo

WWI monuments and memorial park in Szentes, Hungary

WWI monuments and memorial park in Szentes, Hungary

A. Heroes monument

B. Heroes park

C. Jewish monument

D. Heroes monument in Kálvária cemetery

Hungary,

WWI cemeteries in Kecskemét, Hungary

WWI cemeteries in Kecskemét, Hungary

A. Roman catholic cemetery monument

B. Jewish cemetery monument

Hungary,

Vilmos Huszár regiment memorial, Kecskemét, Hungary

Vilmos Huszár regiment memorial, Kecskemét, Hungary

Vilmos Huszár regiment

Hungary,

WWI memorials and cemeteries at Kaposvár, Hungary

WWI memorials and cemeteries at Kaposvár, Hungary

A. The memorial of the 44th infantry

B. Heroes church

C: Heroes memorials

D. Heroes cemetery

E. Jewish cemetery

F. Memorial at Kaposfüred

G. Memorial at Toponár

H. Memorial at Töröcske

Hungary,

WWI monuments and cemeteries in Esztergom, Hungary

WWI monuments and cemeteries in Esztergom, Hungary

A. WWI memorial in Heroes square

B. Cemetery at Szentgyörgymező

C. Cemetery at Belváros

D. Cemetery at St. Anna

E. Jewish cemetery

Hungary,

WWI memorial in the 15th district of Budapest, Hungary

WWI memorial in the 15th district of Budapest, Hungary

A. Hubay square WWI memorial

B. Pestújhelyi square WWI memorial

Hungary,

"Konak" governoral residence in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

"Konak" governoral residence in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

“Konak”, late Ottoman governor’s residence, built in Bistrik neighbourhood of Sarajevo in 1867-1869.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Panzerwerk "Strač" near Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Panzerwerk "Strač" near Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Austro-Hungarian military fortification, Panzerwerk "Strač" near Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Trebinje

Liberty hill memorial, Budapest, Diana St., Hungary

Liberty hill memorial, Budapest, Diana St., Hungary

Heroes hill memorial in Budapest 12.district

Hungary,

IV.Charles memorial, Baja, Hungary

IV.Charles memorial, Baja, Hungary

IV. Charles , the last king of Hungary leave the country at Baja

Hungary,

Heroes Rókus cemetery, Baja, Hungary

Heroes Rókus cemetery, Baja, Hungary

Constructed wall with 198 heroes names

Hungary,

WWI memorial in Déri court, Baja, Hungary

WWI memorial in Déri court, Baja, Hungary

The 23 m high WWI monument is situated in the Déri court of Baja city

Hungary,

Assassination memorial plaques in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Assassination memorial plaques in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Different memorial plaques erected and removed at the assassination site through various times in 20th century.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Franz & Sophie Monument in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Franz & Sophie Monument in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Monument to the assassinated archduke Franz Ferdinand and countess Sophie Chotek; removed after WWI and never restored.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Ground zero - 1914 Assassination location in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ground zero - 1914 Assassination location in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Assassination ground zero – place of the attack, including the removed “Princip’s footprints” memorial sculpture

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

City Hall (Vijećnica) in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

City Hall (Vijećnica) in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sarajevo Old City Hall and University library (Vijećnica).

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Old narrow gauge railway station in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Old narrow gauge railway station in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Part of the “Sarajevo assassination” heritage, a narrow gauge railway station constructed in 1882 when railway line from Brod na Savi reached Sarajevo.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Appel quai, archiduke's route to death, a street in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Appel quai, archiduke's route to death, a street in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

“Appel quai”, a street in Sarajevo that runs from Skenderija to old Sarajevo City Hall in Bentbaša.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Narrow Gauge train station in Ilidža near Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Narrow Gauge train station in Ilidža near Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Old narrow gauge railway station Ilidža from the late 19th century.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Hotel "Bosna", part of the Spa complex in Ilidža near Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Hotel "Bosna", part of the Spa complex in Ilidža near Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

“Hotel Bosna”, a hotel part of the spa complex from the late 19th century.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Weissbastion (Bijela tabija) in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Weissbastion (Bijela tabija) in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Military fortification, part of the older fortification system in Vratnik quarter of Sarajevo

Bosnia and Herzegovina,

Fort Draguljac military fortification in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Fort Draguljac military fortification in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Situated in the southermost line of Sarajevo’s Austro-Hungarian fortified defences, Fort Draguljac is situated on the northern ridge of the Trebević mountain. In Austro-hungarian military it was categorized as a premament Fort (Werk) with a rolling turret. It was a standardized two-story building. It was demolished during WWII and lies in ruins today. During the siege of Sarajevo, Draguljac held an artillery position of the serb army.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

"Groblje Lav” military cemetery in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

"Groblje Lav” military cemetery in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Military Cemetery – Groblje “Lav” (Militär Friedhof), a military cemetery used by Austro-Hungarian army since 1878, and along the WWI. In 1917, a monument “Dying lion” was erected to commemorate fallen soldiers.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

"Filipović lager" military barracks in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

"Filipović lager" military barracks in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

“Filipovic lager” or “Univerzitetski kampus”, an Austro-Hungarian military barracks complex in the Sarajevo city center.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Werk Zlatište military fortification in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Werk Zlatište military fortification in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Fort Zlatište is a part of "Festung Sarajevo", larger fortification system of city defences.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Prinz Eugen Kaserne (Jajce kasarna), military quarters in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Prinz Eugen Kaserne (Jajce kasarna), military quarters in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Military barracs / quarters, built in 1913/1914 by the Austro-Hungarian army on the location of older barracs. In 1915. it hosted a military field hospital (Feldspittal) from Jajce, hence the name “Jajce-kasarna”. It was used by different armies up to present times, when it was abandoned due to deterioration.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Franz Joseph Kaserne in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Franz Joseph Kaserne in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

“Franz Joseph Kaserne”, Austro-Hungarian military quarters building complex in Sarajevo's Bistrik neighbourhood

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Fort Vraca in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Fort Vraca in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Austro-Hungarian military fortification, Werk II, Fort Vratca (Vraca).

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

“War Nailing Gate” (town hall of the borough of Melk), Lower Austria, Austria

“War Nailing Gate” (town hall of the borough of Melk), Lower Austria, Austria

In Melk the town authorities decided to install a “defence gate”, suggested by the academic painter Ernst Stöhr and according to his design. This was intended to be decorated with nails for the benefit of the widow and orphan fund, and as a visible sign of donations given and the willingness to make sacrifices. The gate wing was positioned into place in August 1915. According to the generosity of their donation, donors were allowed to attach a nail or a small copper plate with their name.

Austria, Lower Austria

Camp cemetery of the former Sigmundsherberg POW camp, Lower Austria, Austria

Camp cemetery of the former Sigmundsherberg POW camp, Lower Austria, Austria

The camp cemetery, today located on the route of the Kaiser Franz Joseph railway, was built in the form of a modern military cemetery. According to the memorial plaque, 2,464 soldiers are buried here who died during their war captivity in the Sigmundsherberg camp (2,363 of these were Italians). In 1917 the Italian war captives set up a memorial in the form of a female statue dedicated to the deceased prisoners of war.

Austria, Lower Austria

War monument and Amstetten “Iron Soldier”, Lower Austria, Austria

War monument and Amstetten “Iron Soldier”, Lower Austria, Austria

The Iron Soldier was set up in 1915 on the main square in Amstetten on the initiative of the “Eiserner Wehrmann” association to collect funds for war widows and orphans. People making a donation were allowed to hammer a nail into the figure.

The war monument (designed by Kunibert Zinner) was created in 1960 on the initiative of the Austrian comradeship organisation, subgroup Amstetten, in memory of soldiers who fell in World War One and Two.

Austria, Lower Austria

Commando building and main building of the POW camps in Valley Erlauftal: camp Wieselburg, camp Purgstall and station for captive officers Mühling in Lower Austria, Austria

Commando building and main building of the POW camps in Valley Erlauftal: camp Wieselburg, camp Purgstall and station for captive officers Mühling in Lower Austria, Austria

The commando building or main building of the Wieselburg POW camp is a two-storey timber frame construction on a walled base from the year 1915. Today it is used as a domestic house.

The still existing buildings in Purgstall and Mühling feature a less complex architecture.

Austria, Lower Austria

Camp cemetery of the former POW camp Braunau am Inn (district Haselbach), Upper Austria, Austria

Camp cemetery of the former POW camp Braunau am Inn (district Haselbach), Upper Austria, Austria

The Austro-Hungarian military authorities responsible for prisoners of war matters decided to set up several POW camps in Upper Austria: Aschach an der Donau, Braunau am Inn, Freistadt, Marchtrenk, Mauthausen and Kleinmünchen. The Braunau camp was designed to take 530 officers and 34,300 men. The barrack settlement with several groups of camps consisted of a total of 651 buildings.

Today, only the camp cemetery survives.

Austria, Oberösterreich

Memorial plaque for fallen soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian Salzburg volunteer riflemen, Salzburg, Austria

Memorial plaque for fallen soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian Salzburg volunteer riflemen, Salzburg, Austria

The memorial plaque for fallen soldiers of the Salzburg volunteer riflemen remembers those men who lost their lives in World War One on the Southwestern Front – at Pontebba, on Hochweißstein/Monte Peralba (2,694 m) and Monte Chiadenis (2,459 m), in the region of Sieben Gemeinden/Sette Comuni, on Monte Cimone (2,379 m) and in the Ortler region. The memorial plaque was inaugurated in 1937.

Austria, Salzburg

Monumental Ensemble "Heroes’ Way"  by Constantin Brâncuşi,Târgu Jiu, Romania

Monumental Ensemble "Heroes’ Way" by Constantin Brâncuşi,Târgu Jiu, Romania

The monumental ensemble of Târgu-Jiu includes the monuments made by our great sculptor Constantin Brâncuşi, the father of the modern sculpture, during 1937 and 1938, namely: The Table of Silence, the Gate of the Kiss, the Alley of the Seats, and the Endless Column, along with a few smaller other works (the chairs placed on the alley of the park where the monument is and the and the benches next to the Gate of the Kiss).

Romania, South-West Oltenia Region, Gorj County

Entrance gate, building and camp cemetery of the former Gmünd (-Neustadt) refugee camp, Lower Austria, Austria

Entrance gate, building and camp cemetery of the former Gmünd (-Neustadt) refugee camp, Lower Austria, Austria

Austria-Hungary commissioned the construction of a refugee camp in 1914 that was one of the largest of the monarchy. Around 200,000 refugees from all parts of the monarchy were accommodated here during the course of World War One, and around 30,000 people also found their last resting place in the camp cemetery that still exists today. The creation of Gmünd-Neustadt was based on the former refugee camp.

Austria, Lower Austria

Monument-Mausoleum of the WWI Heroes, Targu Neamt, Romania

Monument-Mausoleum of the WWI Heroes, Targu Neamt, Romania

The Monument-Mausoleum was inaugurated on June 29, 1939, and is the work of architect Theodor Burca. It is both a monument and a mausoleum (as it is a great burial monument, erected in the memory of mountain hunter heroes who fell on the battlefront of the Reunification War and buried in the crypt that is at the base of the monument).

Romania, North East Region, Neamt County

Graves of honour at Krems cemetery, Lower Austria, Austria

Graves of honour at Krems cemetery, Lower Austria, Austria

In the graves of honour at Krems cemetery (also called heroes' graves and later war graves), 597 people from the Austrian crownlands as well as the fallen soldiers of enemy armies (Italy, Russia and Serbia) are buried that could not be transferred back to their homelands.

Originally, 66 deceased from the Krems troop hospital and the 12 departments of the reserve hospital had been buried.

Austria, Lower Austria

Austro-Hungarian Military cemetery Kreuztratte, Plöckenpass, Carinthia, Austria

Austro-Hungarian Military cemetery Kreuztratte, Plöckenpass, Carinthia, Austria

The Kreuztratte military cemetery is located at around 1,000 metres above sea level along Plöckenstraße. 591 war dead are buried here. The cemetery was established by the Austro-Hungarian troops immediately behind the front line and was heavily damaged as a result of bad weather, avalanches and metre-high snow. The cemetery was refurbished several years ago.

Austria, Kärnten

The Nation's Heroes Cross (Cross on the Mount Caraiman) in Busteni, Romania

The Nation's Heroes Cross (Cross on the Mount Caraiman) in Busteni, Romania

This monument was designated by Guinness World Records as the world's highest cross that sits on a mountain peak. The Nations' Heroes Cross is situated in the Saddle of the Caraiman Massif, at an altitude of 2291 m, being thus unique in the world, both in terms of the altitude of its location and in terms of its dimensions.

Romania, Southern Region, Prahova County

Soldier's Monument in Valchi Dol, Varna Region, Bulgaria

Soldier's Monument in Valchi Dol, Varna Region, Bulgaria

WWI related monument - The Soldier's Monument in the town of Valchi Dol, built in the memory of the inhabitants of the town who have died during the 1912-1913 and 1915-1918 wars.

Bulgaria, Valchi Dol Municipality, Varna Region, Bulgaria

Monument of Colonel Milko Zhelezov in Varna, Bulgaria

Monument of Colonel Milko Zhelezov in Varna, Bulgaria

WWI related monument

Bulgaria, Varna, Bulgaria

WWI Heroes Monument in Drobeta Turnu - Severin, Romania

WWI Heroes Monument in Drobeta Turnu - Severin, Romania

Inaugurated in 1933, the monument is the work of Sculptor Th. Burca and the architect Balosin State. It is represented by a bronze ronde-bosse statuary set placed on a rectangular socket made of concrete. At the base of the pedestal, there is a bronze statue representing Victoria with a sword in her hand and a laurel crown.

Romania, South - West Region, Mehedinti County

Gate of Heroes (1916-1918) in Pitesti, Romania

Gate of Heroes (1916-1918) in Pitesti, Romania

Inaugurated on September 28, 1926, the Gate of Heroes was built in the form of a traditional Romanian gate in the form of a simple but majestic arch, supported on two pillars, on which are engraved the names of certain locations or areas where the Regiment of Dorobanţi of Arges fought battles between 1916 and 1917.

Romania, South Muntenia Region, Arges County

Naval Museum in Varna, Bulgaria

Naval Museum in Varna, Bulgaria

Naval Museum in Varna presents and promotes the maritime and naval history of Bulgaria. Thousands of exhibits have been collected for more than 130 years, including exhibits related to WWI.

Bulgaria, Varna, Bulgaria

Outdoor Museum Mengore, Slovenia

Outdoor Museum Mengore, Slovenia

Mengore hill, together with the two neighbouring hills, Cvetje and Bučenica, was the core of the Austro-Hungarian defence of the Tolmin bridgehead. The entire area was strongly fortified with numerous trenches and caves. A circular path through the museum runs past well-preserved and restored remains of the Austro-Hungarian first line of defence. On the top of Mengore hill stands a church, dedicated to the Virgin Mary's name.

Slovenia, Tolmin

Outdoor museum Mrzli vrh, Slovenia

Outdoor museum Mrzli vrh, Slovenia

Above the valley of the Soča, on its left bank near Tolmin, the steep slope of Mt. Mrzli vrh rises. In the First World War, it figured as one of the key points in the Austro-Hungarian defence of the Tolmin bridgehead. The ridge of Mt. Mrzli vrh is densely crisscrossed by numerous trenches and caves of the two belligerent sides. The remains of the Austro-Hungarian and Italian first lines of defence on Mt. Mrzli vrh are connected with a circular path which runs past two still active alps.

Slovenia, Tolmin

Magura Ocnei Museum Monument in Targu Ocna, Bacau County, Romania

Magura Ocnei Museum Monument in Targu Ocna, Bacau County, Romania

This is one of the most impressive monuments built in memory of the soldiers fallen during the First World War. It was built between 1925 and 1928 in memory of over 14,000 Romanian soldiers fallen during the World War One on the fronts from Oituz, Cosna and Ciresoaia.

Romania, North-East Region, Bacau County

Tomb of the Sub-Lieutenant Hero Emil Rebreanu in Palanca, Bacau County, Romania

Tomb of the Sub-Lieutenant Hero Emil Rebreanu in Palanca, Bacau County, Romania

The tomb is the place where the body of sub-lieutenant Emil Rebreanu (the brother of the great Romanian writer Liviu Rebreanu) rests. In 1917 during the First World War he was captured and executed for defecting by Austro-Hungarians, because he did not stand the idea of fighting against his "brothers" (as many other Romanian soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian army probably also thought).

Romania, North East region, Bacau County

Monument of Heroes "Queen Mary" in Onesti, Bacau County, Romania

Monument of Heroes "Queen Mary" in Onesti, Bacau County, Romania

The monument was erected to commemorate the soldiers fallen in these lands, who fought bravely during the First World War. It was built during 1940 and 1941 by the he "National Settlement for the Heroes' Queen Mary, Bucharest".

Romania, North-East Region, Bacau County

Monument of the Cavalry Heroes of the World War One in Oituz, Bacau County, Romania

Monument of the Cavalry Heroes of the World War One in Oituz, Bacau County, Romania

The Monument was erected in the honor of Romanian Cavalry Heroes who lost their lives during the battle of Oituz, a military confrontation that took part between the Romanian army supported by the Russian Empire troops against the German and Austro-Hungarian troops.

Romania, North East region, Bacau County

1916-1919 War Memorial Ensemble in Targu Ocna, Bacau County, Romania

1916-1919 War Memorial Ensemble in Targu Ocna, Bacau County, Romania

The 1916-1919 memorial ensemble is located in the courtyard of the Church of Saint Nicholas in Targu Ocna where there is also a heroes’ cemetery of World War One surrounded by a tiled wall. At the centre of the cemetery there is an obelisk having the inscription: "To the brave soldiers who fell dead in the reunification war of 1916-1919. They who have fallen for their country / On the rich field / Sacrificing a whole spring / They have not died but they have risen from the dead"

Romania, North-East Region, Bacau County

Outdoor Museum Zaprikraj, Slovenia

Outdoor Museum Zaprikraj, Slovenia

The outdoor museum Zaprikraj lies between the alps Zaprikraj and Predolina above Drežnica. It represents the well fortified Italian first line of defence in the Krn range. The heaviest battles in the Krn range were fought in the autumn of 1915. The museum's circular path runs through the trenches, caves, gun- and mortar positions and past other remains of First World War. Visit to the museum Zaprikraj is a whole-day tour which offers many pleasures of hiking in the unspoiled nature.

Slovenia,

Cemetery of the German Soldiers (1916-1918) in  Batinesti village, Tifesti commune, Vrancea County, Romania

Cemetery of the German Soldiers (1916-1918) in Batinesti village, Tifesti commune, Vrancea County, Romania

The cemetery hosts about 3,000 German soldiers who lost their lives during World War I battles in Romania, a few hundred of them being identified and buried with cross in individual tombs, while the remains of the rest being placed a large ossuary that sits at the entrance to the cemetery. On each cross is written the name of the soldier, the date of his death and the military unit that he used to belong to.

Romania, South East Region, Vrancea County

Outdoor Museum Kolovrat, Slovenia

Outdoor Museum Kolovrat, Slovenia

On the right bank of the river Soča, between Kobarid and Tolmin, there rises a steep slope of the Kolovrat ridge from which a splendid view opens over the onetime Isonzo Front battlefield. During the First World War the Italian Army built on the Kolovrat range an extensive system of the third line of defence, called “linea d’armata”, a part of which is now arranged as the outdoor museum. The outdoor museum Kolovrat is a trans-border museum which continues on the Italian side, too.

Slovenia, Tolmin

Outdoor Museum Ravelnik, Bovec, Slovenia

Outdoor Museum Ravelnik, Bovec, Slovenia

An outdoor museum is arranged on the slope of Mt. Ravelnik in the area of the onetime Austro-Hungarian first line of defence. A circular path connects the cleansed and restored trenches and connection tunnels, pillboxes, caves, machine-gun emplacements and reconstructed cabins. There are a lot of remains in this relatively small area.

Slovenia, Bovec

Outdoor Museum Čelo, Bovec, Slovenia

Outdoor Museum Čelo, Bovec, Slovenia

The outdoor museum Čelo represents gun fortification which was built by the Austro-Hungarian Army on the slope of Mt. Svinjak in the spring of 1915, just before the Italian–Austro-Hungarian encounter. The fortification was part of the Bovec blockade system (Sperre Flitsch) that played an important role in the defence of the valley in the Bovec area.

Slovenia, Bovec

Italian Chapel at Ladra, Slovenia

Italian Chapel at Ladra, Slovenia

At the edge of the field in the west part of the village Ladra stands an Italian military chapel, designed by the architect Giovanni Michelucci. It was consecrated on 30 May 1917 and served for the outdoor religious ceremonies. The chapel is made of worked stone. The south and the north walls have a Gothic-styled window each. A pulpit is set in the southeast corner. The chapel was restored in 1993 and 2005. The path leading to the chapel runs along the right bank of the brook Ročica.

Slovenia, Kobarid

Russian chapel, Vršič, Slovenia

Russian chapel, Vršič, Slovenia

The Russian POWs, who were building the road across the pass of Vršič, built the wooden chapel dedicated to the memory of their own suffering and of all their numerous deceased fellow-sufferers. This little Orthodox church is restored now and is known as the Russian chapel. Close to it there is a tomb topped with a pyramid inscribed in Russian: “To the Sons of Russia”.

Slovenia, Kranjska Gora

German Charnel House Tolmin, Slovenia

German Charnel House Tolmin, Slovenia

In the year 1936-1938 the German state built a charnel house on the site of the former military cemetery with 931 graves. The building received mortal remains of about 1000 German soldiers who died on the battlefield along Soča in the 12th Isonzo Battle. The German charnel house is the only preserved location in the area of the Isonzo Front where a greater number of German soldiers are buried.

Slovenia, Tolmin

Italian Charnel House Kobarid, Slovenia

Italian Charnel House Kobarid, Slovenia

The charnel house of Italian soldiers was completed in 1938, and on the 18th September it was ceremonially opened by Benito Mussolini. Its overall ground plan is octagonal, containing three diminishing concentric "octagonal circles" embracing the tapering hill in the upward direction on the top of which stands the church of St. Anthony. Transferred to the charnel house were mortal remains of 7014 known and unknown soldiers.

Slovenia, Kobarid

Colonel Anton Dyakov soldiers' monument in Topchii, Bulgaria

Colonel Anton Dyakov soldiers' monument in Topchii, Bulgaria

The memorial was open and sanctified on November 25, 1928 in the presence of many guests, the wife and sons of Colonel Dyakov.

Bulgaria, Topchii

First World War Military Cemetery Štanjel, Slovenia

First World War Military Cemetery Štanjel, Slovenia

In the vicinity of Štanjel there is an Austro-Hungarian military cemetery where Austro-Hungarian soldiers and Russian POWs who had died in the nearby war hospital in Štanjel Castle or its subsidiary hospital premises in the surroundings are buried. According to the data of the Italian authorities that managed in the 1930s the disinterring of their soldiers from military cemeteries, 1,315 soldiers are buried here.

Slovenia,

Heroes monument (1916-1918) in Panciu, Vrancea county, Romania

Heroes monument (1916-1918) in Panciu, Vrancea county, Romania

The monument was built in memory of the heroes of Panciu who fought in the First World War.

Romania, South-East Region, Vrancea County

First World War Military Cemetery Gorjansko, Slovenia

First World War Military Cemetery Gorjansko, Slovenia

The Austro-Hungarian military cemetery lies to the north-west of the village of Gorjansko, in

the direct vicinity of the civil cemetery. Buried in it are Austro-Hungarian soldiers who died

in the nearby hospital. According to the data of Italian authorities that organized exhumation of soldiers from military cemeteries in the 1930s, 6015 soldiers remain interred here. The military cemetery of Gorjansko is the best preserved World War One military cemetery on the Slovenian territory.

Slovenia, Komen

First World War Military Cemetery Črniče, Slovenia

First World War Military Cemetery Črniče, Slovenia

Situated south of the village of Črniče, on the hill close by the civil cemetery, is an Austro-Hungarian WW1 military cemetery. Buried there are Austro-Hungarian soldiers who died on the Isonzo Front, between the years 1915 – 1917. According to the Italian military authorities, there are 434 persons buried in the cemetery.

Slovenia,

Heroes Monument (1916-1918) in Odobesti, Vrancea County, Romania

Heroes Monument (1916-1918) in Odobesti, Vrancea County, Romania

The Heroes Monument in Odobesti was erected in the honour of the 44 heroes fallen in World War One battles

Romania, South-East Region, Vrancea County

Monument of Romanian and Russian Heroes in Adjud, Vrancea County, Romania

Monument of Romanian and Russian Heroes in Adjud, Vrancea County, Romania

This is an historical monument erected in the memory of the Romanian and Russian soldiers who fought in the First World War.

Romania, South-East Region, Vrancea County

First World War Military Cemetery Solkan, Slovenia

First World War Military Cemetery Solkan, Slovenia

The Austro-Hungarian First World War military cemetery lies on the left bank of the Soča, just by the railway, between Solkan and the railway bridge across the Soča. Buried in the cemetery are the Austro-Hungarian solders who fell on the Gorizia bridgehead during the initial six Isonzo battles. Supposedly, 5103 soldiers were buried in the original cemetery. In the 1930s, the cemetery was enlarged.

Slovenia, Mestna občina Nova Gorica

Heroes Mausoleum in Marasti, Vrancea County, Romania

Heroes Mausoleum in Marasti, Vrancea County, Romania

The Mausoleum was built in memory of the heroes fallen in the fighting in Marasti that took place between July and August, 1917. This battle was considered the most successful military allied operation in 1917, the victory of Marasti contributing enormously to the morale of the soldiers.

Romania, South-East Region, Vrancea County

Statue of Victory in Tisita, Vrancea County, Romania

Statue of Victory in Tisita, Vrancea County, Romania

The statue of the Victory represents a Romanian heroine, Ecaterina Teodoroiu with the sword raised overhead, as a personification of the Goddess of Victory. The character in question symbolizes, in reality, the homeland and the victory achieved during the First World War.

Romania, South-East Region,Vrancea County

The memorial of 6th Bdin Division, Bulgaria

The memorial of 6th Bdin Division, Bulgaria

Bulgaria, Kozloduitsi

The monument to General Stefan Toshev, General Toshevo, Bulgaria

The monument to General Stefan Toshev, General Toshevo, Bulgaria

The monument is located in the square garden, opposite the Municipality of General Toshevo

Bulgaria, General Toshevo

Monument to General Ivan Kolev, Dobrich, Bulgaria

Monument to General Ivan Kolev, Dobrich, Bulgaria

Bulgaria, Dobrich

Heroes Mausoleum in Soveja, Vrancea County, Romania

Heroes Mausoleum in Soveja, Vrancea County, Romania

The monument is dedicated to the heroes fallen in the fierce battles of the Susita Valley and shelters the remains of 528 Romanian, Russian, German and Hungarian heroes. The construction of the mausoleum took place between 1922 and 1927.

Romania, South-East Region, Vrancea County

Cemetery of Romanian and German Soldiers in Bordesti, Vrancea County, Romania

Cemetery of Romanian and German Soldiers in Bordesti, Vrancea County, Romania

The cemetery was built in memory of the Romanian and German soldiers who fought during World War One battles. The cemetery was set up between 1930 and 1932, with the support of Germany.

Romania, South-East Region, Vrancea County

War Cemetery and Mausoleum Jindrichovic, Czech Republic

War Cemetery and Mausoleum Jindrichovic, Czech Republic

Czech Republic, Karlovary

Military Cemetery Pisek, Czech Republic

WWI Military Cemetery Pisek, especially established during WWI for casualties treated in the military hospital in the garrison town of Pisek.

Czech Republic, South Bohemian Region

Josefov Fortress, Jaromer, Czech Republic

Josefov Fortress, Jaromer, Czech Republic

The Josefov Fortress is a late 18th century large town fortification built against Prussian attacks. IN WWI it was a garrison town and POW camp.

Czech Republic, Hradec Králové Region

WWI monument Kojakovice, Czech Republic

WWI monument Kojakovice, Czech Republic

A-typical designed WWI commemorative statute made by local painter - sculpturer who fought in WW I.

Czech Republic, South Bohemian Region

War Monument Domanin, Czech Republic

War Monument Domanin, Czech Republic

Village monument for fallen soldiers of WWI, mentioning the location where the soldiers died.

Czech Republic, South Bohemia

Nove Hrady WWI monument, Czech Republic

Nove Hrady WWI monument, Czech Republic

New monument in Nove Hrady for fallen WWI soldiers from the larger municipality.

Czech Republic, Region of South Bohemia

Heroes Mausoleum in Focsani, Vrancea County, Romania

Heroes Mausoleum in Focsani, Vrancea County, Romania

The mausoleum was built in memory of the heroes who fought in the First World War for the reunification of the nation.

Romania, South-East Region, Vrancea County

Mausoleum of Marasesti, Vrancea County, Romania

Mausoleum of Marasesti, Vrancea County, Romania

The Heroes Mausoleum of Marasesti is a monument built in memory of the heroes who fought at Marasesti battle in the First World War when, although numerically inferior, the Romanian troops managed to reject the German attack. The price of this victory was the death of 480 officers, and of more than 21,000 Romanian soldiers.

Romania, South-East Region, Vrancea County

WWI related monument, Alfatar

WWI related monument, Alfatar

Tombstone of Vladimir Musakov

Bulgaria, Alfatar

The Monument to the Fallen Warriors in Aksakovo, Varna Region, Bulgaria

The Monument to the Fallen Warriors in Aksakovo, Varna Region, Bulgaria

WWI related monument

Bulgaria, Bulgaria

The Memorial Wall with a bas-relief of Rear Admiral Ivan Variclechkov  in Varna, Bulgaria

The Memorial Wall with a bas-relief of Rear Admiral Ivan Variclechkov in Varna, Bulgaria

WWI Monument

Bulgaria, Varna Region, Bulgaria

Austro-Hungarian Army`s Military Barracks, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The object was a military headquarters, barracks. The constructional/architectural World War One heritage dates from the period of the Austro-Hungary’s occupation, but the exact time of the building is not familiar. It is in Travnička street, at the place where The Institute of Metallurgy “Kemal Kapetanović” is situated, and it went on both sides of the street, all the way down to Zacarina street, up to Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Zenica

A memorial dedicated to the victims of the Doboj camp 1915-1917, Bosnia and Herzegovina

A memorial dedicated to the victims of the Doboj camp 1915-1917, Bosnia and Herzegovina

A memorial dedicated to the victims of the Doboj camp 1915-1917. Memorial monument in the memory of Doboj Death Camp, was built in 2016. The campsite was where the Doboj Railway station is now, which means it does not exist now, only its remains, and on those remains the mentioned Memorial monument 1915-2015; in 2016, but the memorial monument is in the Northern part of the city of Doboj.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Doboj

Narrow-gauge railroad and station Lašva, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Narrow-gauge railroad and station Lašva, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The object was a narrow-gauge railroad and station building in Lašva, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The constructional/architectural World War One heritage dates from the period of the Austro-Hungary’s occupation, from before the World War One; it was constructed from 1893 to 1895, while the bigger station building was finished in 1896. It was located in the Lašva River valley, and it connected Lašva - Travnik – Jajce. The station building was located on the left bank of the Lašva River.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Zenica

Memorial Monument, Dobrich, Bulgaria

Memorial Monument, Dobrich, Bulgaria

Cross-Monument

Bulgaria, Dobrich

The Old Sušić's Mill, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Old Sušić's Mill, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The constructional/architectural World War One heritage dates from the period of the Austro-Hungary’s occupation, from before the War. It was constructed from 1880 to 1882. The object was a mill, called Sušić's Mill. It is located in Zacarina street, in the near centre of Zenica, on the Kočeva Riverbank, next to the Hotel Fontana.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Zenica

A photo-camera used to record trial against Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo, BiH

A photo-camera used to record trial against Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo, BiH

A photo-camera is from the period of 1914-1918. It is a part of the Museum’s exhibition, in the Museum facilities, in the centre of Zenica. The photo-camera used to record trial against Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo after assassination.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Zenica

Soldier cemetery in Silistra, Bulgaria

Soldier cemetery in Silistra, Bulgaria

Bulgaria, Silistra

Sultan Ahmed's Mosque in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sultan Ahmed's Mosque in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The object that was repaired in the time of the World War One is Sultan-Ahmed Mosque. It got electricity in 1914. Sultan-Ahmed Mosque is in the centre of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Zenica

Memorial park-garden, Bulgaria

Memorial park-garden, Bulgaria

Bulgaria, Zhiten, Dobrich distriсt

The Franciscan Monastery of Fojnica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Franciscan Monastery of Fojnica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The object is a Franciscan monastery. The constructional/architectural World War One heritage does not date from the period 1914-1918, but it was demolished and rebuilt several times, today’s appearance dates from 1984. It is located on a hill in a small town of Fojnica, 57 km away from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Fojnica

Monument of the Bulgarian Coastal Artillery, Bulgaria

Monument of the Bulgarian Coastal Artillery, Bulgaria

Monument of the Bulgarian Coastal Artillery

Bulgaria, The monument is located on the square "Capitan Georgi Radkov" in the town of Balchik

Zenica Railway station, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Zenica Railway station, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Zenica Railway station dates from the period of the Austro-Hungary’s occupation. The construction started in the earliest days of the occupation in 1878, and was finished in 1886. The constructional/architectural World War One heritage is near the river Bosna, and the suburban area called Blatuša. It is on the left side for the entrance to Zenica.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Zenica

The grave of the writer Musa Ćazim Ćatić, Tešanj, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The grave of the writer Musa Ćazim Ćatić, Tešanj, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The grave of the poet Musa Ćazim Ćatić was put up in 1915, after his premature death. In the year 1928, the gravestone was put up to honour one of the biggest poets in Bosnia and Herzegovina.The location of the gravestone is in the Cemetery Obješnica, in Tešanj, BiH.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Memorial Monument of Eighth Infantry Sea Regiment in Varna, Bulgaria

Memorial Monument of Eighth Infantry Sea Regiment in Varna, Bulgaria

WWI related monument

Bulgaria, City of Varna, Bulgaria

Óbuda WWI memorials, Budapest, Hungary

Óbuda WWI memorials, Budapest, Hungary

A. BESZKÁRT heroes monument

B. Pioneer infantry heroes monument

C: Heroes monument from Békásmegyer

D. Heroes monument from Óbuda

E. Heroes monument from Csillaghegy

F. Tourist association heroes monument

Hungary,

WWI monuments from Mosonmagyaróvár, Hungary

WWI monuments from Mosonmagyaróvár, Hungary

A. Obelisc, at Városkapu square

B. Hungária statue, at Pozsonyi St.

C. Memorial, at Vár St.2.

D. Italian memorial, at Óvári cemetery

E. WWI statue, at Kápolna square

F. Pro patria memorial, at Lucsony St.15-17.

G. Pro Patria memorial, at Óvári cemetery

H. Jewish memorial , at Mosonyi M. St. cemetery

I. Italian chapel

Hungary,

Monument to German submarine sailors in Varna, Bulgaria

Monument to German submarine sailors in Varna, Bulgaria

WWI related monument

Bulgaria, City of Varna, Bulgaria

WWI memorial and cemetery, Zalaegerszeg, Hungary

WWI memorial and cemetery, Zalaegerszeg, Hungary

A. The 6th Huszár regiment monument

B. The 48th infantry regiment monument

C. Italian cemetery

Hungary,

WWI memorials at Székesfehérvár, Hungary

WWI memorials at Székesfehérvár, Hungary

A. The 10th Huszár regiment memorial

B. Memorial

C. Heroes memorial

D. Heroes memorial

E. Memorial of the 10th Huszár regiment

F. Heroes memorial

G. 69th regiment forward!

H. Heroes memorial

I. Memorial of the 10th Huszár regiment

J. Memorial of the 17th infantry regiment

Hungary,

Monument of the Border Guard in the Sea Garden of Varna City, Bulgaria

Monument of the Border Guard in the Sea Garden of Varna City, Bulgaria

WWI Monument

Bulgaria, City of Varna, Bulgaria

Military cemetery and memorials, Pécs, Hungary

Military cemetery and memorials, Pécs, Hungary

Military cemetery from Pécs, Hungary

Hungary,

The 13. Huszár memorial, Kenderes, Hungary

The 13. Huszár memorial, Kenderes, Hungary

The 13. Huszár memorial at Kenderes, Hungary

Hungary,

Mollináry solders memorial, Kecskemét, Hungary

Mollináry solders memorial, Kecskemét, Hungary

Mollinary solders memorial

Hungary,

A Monument of Colonel Petar Dimkov in Varna City, Bulgaria

A Monument of Colonel Petar Dimkov in Varna City, Bulgaria

WWI related monument

Bulgaria, City of Varna, Bulgaria

Jaeger statue, Budapest, Hungary

Jaeger statue, Budapest, Hungary

Jaeger monument in Budapest, Városmajor,

Hungary,

Obelisk in Čakovec, Croatia

Obelisk in Čakovec, Croatia

A monument to the people of Čakovec who died in World War I was erected in 1929 by the Municipality of Čakovec in the city park next to the palace of the Old Town. Obelisk made in honor of 72 citizens fallen in WWI.

Croatia, Međimurje

Military cemetery and heroes monument in Békéscsaba, Hungary

Military cemetery and heroes monument in Békéscsaba, Hungary

A. Military cemetery

B. Heroes monument

Hungary,

Military cemetery and heroes memorials in Balassagyarmat, Hungary

Military cemetery and heroes memorials in Balassagyarmat, Hungary

A. Heroes cemetery

B. WWI memorial1

C. WWI memorial 2.

D. WWI memorial 3.

E. WWI plaquet in the Balassi Bálint gymnasium,

Hungary,

Kálvária cemetery, Baja, Hungary

Kálvária cemetery, Baja, Hungary

Kálvária public cemetery

Hungary,

Old Russian Cemetery in Begov Han, Žepče, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Old Russian Cemetery in Begov Han, Žepče, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The object is an old cemetery that consists of dead Russian captured soldiers. It is located in the municipality of Žepče, an inhabited place in the foot of Pepelari, outside the urban center of the town.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Žepče

The Franciscan Monastery in Guča Gora, Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Franciscan Monastery in Guča Gora, Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Franciscan Monastery was build in 1859. It is located in Guča Gora, a village outside Travnik, in central Bosnia.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Travnik

Vila Krivaja in Zavidovići, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Vila Krivaja in Zavidovići, Bosnia and Herzegovina

It dates from the period before 1914. The exact time of the construction is unknown, but it was first inhabited in 1900. It is located in the Radnička street in the municipality of Zavidovići, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Zavidovići

The Roman-catholic elementary school of the sisters of Charity of St. Vinko in Žepče, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Roman-catholic elementary school of the sisters of Charity of St. Vinko in Žepče, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The School was opened in 1883, in the period before the World War One started. It is in the Municipality of Žepče, Zenica – Doboj canton, the central part of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Žepče

Military Bunkers in Žepče, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Military Bunkers in Žepče, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The objects are old military bunkers that were build some time before the beginning of the World War One. The constructional/architectural World War One heritage is located in the municipality of Žepče, outside the urban center, one on one side and one on the other side of the river Bosna, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Žepče

Orthodox Church Saint Elias the Prophet in Maglaj, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Orthodox Church Saint Elias the Prophet in Maglaj, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Church of St. Elias the Prophet in Maglaj was built from 1906 to 1908, which makes it build before the period of World War One (1914). The constructional/architectural World War One heritage is the Municipality of Maglaj, Zenica – Doboj canton, the central part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Church of St. Elias the Prophet is located in the new part of the town of Maglaj, on the left bank of the river Bosna.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Maglaj

Fortress Gradina in Maglaj, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Fortress Gradina in Maglaj, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The object is an old historical military fortress Gradina in Maglaj, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Maglaj

Memorial church of St. Apostles Peter and Paul and the Memorial of the Ossuary in Doboj, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Memorial church of St. Apostles Peter and Paul and the Memorial of the Ossuary in Doboj, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Memorial church of St. Apostles Peter and Paul and the Memorial of the Ossuary with a memorial dedicated to the victims of the Doboj camp 1915-1917. The campsite was where the Doboj Railway station is now, which means it does not exist now, only its remains. But the Memorial Church and Ossuary is located near the M-17 road.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Doboj

Saint Elias Church with its Parish Office in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Saint Elias Church with its Parish Office in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

It is located on the address; Masarykova 66, 72 000 Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Zenica

Medieval Fortress "Old Town" in Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Medieval Fortress "Old Town" in Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina

It is located at the entrance of the city of Travnik, in the old part of the town, above the Plava Voda river spring.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Travnik

Vranduk Fortress, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Vranduk Fortress, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The object that was repaired in the time of the World War One is the Vranduk Fortress where walls had been repaired in 1914. by Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. It is located in Vranduk, 14 km from Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Zenica

Wooden bridge on Vojnica, Olovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Wooden bridge on Vojnica, Olovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The forest railroad connects Zavidovići, Olovo and Kusače, and the railroad bridge near Čude that was demolished on 28th September 1914 by the Second Šumadija Division. Wooden bridge is in Careva Cuprija (Vojnica) was considered to be the largest wooden bridge in Europe in the 19th century. Its biggest significance was shown during the war itself because it was used for the transport of soldiers, weapons etc.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Olovo

The old train "Ćiro" in Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The old train "Ćiro" in Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The old train composition: steam locomotive and two railway carriages. The composition of the steam train was built and used since 1893, actively used in the period from 1914 to 1918. It is located in the centre of Travnik, public space (the courtyard of the Regional Museum of Travnik).

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Travnik

The Tomb with a monument of the Fallen Warriors in the Mirogoj cemetery in Zagreb, Croatia

The Tomb with a monument of the Fallen Warriors in the Mirogoj cemetery in Zagreb, Croatia

At Mirogoj, the main cemetery of the City of Zagreb, Croatia, there is a joint tomb with the remains of 3,300 soldiers of different nationalities who died in the WWI: Croats, Hungarians, Austrians, Serbs, Slovenians, citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia, Romania, Montenegro and Czech . Also, there is s a monument on the tomb, dedicated to the soldiers killed in the WWI.

Croatia, Zagreb

Monument at Zadar City graveyard, Croatia

Monument at Zadar City graveyard, Croatia

At Zadar City Cemetery there is a monument dedicated to Italian soldiers who died during WWI. It is built in 1932 and located in the old part of the cemetery which is, since year 1974 protected as a cultural heritage.

Croatia, Zadar

Naval graveyard in Pula, Croatia

Naval graveyard in Pula, Croatia

The Naval graveyard in Pula, Croatia is a memorial graveyard, one of the largest military graveyards in Europe. Some experts claim that its construction started in 1849. It was officially opened on 2.10.1862.

Croatia, Istria

Tutrakan Military Cemetery, Tutrakan, Bulgaria

Tutrakan Military Cemetery, Tutrakan, Bulgaria

The Memorial complex “Military tomb – 1916” is the biggest military tomb from the wars for national unification on the modern Bulgarian territory.

Bulgaria, Tutrakan

World War One Memorial – Pécs Public Cemetery, Hungary

World War One Memorial – Pécs Public Cemetery, Hungary

A six-pillared exedra surrounds a central statue depicting Jesus Christ, who is supporting a dying soldier, their glances meet. This is one of the world war memorial archetypes. The sculpture by Mihály Kapás Nagy is made of limestone.

Hungary, Dél-Dunántúl

Military Cemetery in Dobrich, Bulgaria

Military Cemetery in Dobrich, Bulgaria

Military cemetery in Dobrich is one of the few original and completely preserved in nowadays military cemeteries in Bulgaria and on the Balkan Peninsula. The cemetery is a unique monument of culture related to the fights of the town in 1916.

Bulgaria, Dobrich

Arcul de Triumf (Arch of Triumph) in Bucharest, Romania

Arcul de Triumf (Arch of Triumph) in Bucharest, Romania

Arcul de Triumf (en. Arch of Triumph) is a landmark of Bucharest and Romania. Arcul de Triumf celebrates the victory of Romania in the WWI as well as the Great Union of 1918. The monument was designed by the Romaniana architect Petre Antonescu and was built in the period 1921-1922 and rebuild in the period 1935-1936.

Romania, București-Ilfov region

Bridgehead Krems, base Göttweiger Mountain, Lower Austria, Austria

Bridgehead Krems, base Göttweiger Mountain, Lower Austria, Austria

In the area of the Göttweig defence point within the Bridgehead Krems defence system, remains such as stone walls, parts of trenches, communication passages, stone steps, trails and inscriptions can still be found. The Göttweig defence point of the Bridgehead Krems defence system is well-preserved, and from here the defence systems on the Predigtstuhl and the East and West Göttweig defence points can also be seen.

Austria, Lower Austria

Open-Air Museum of the Mountain War 1915–1917, Plöckenpass, Carinthia, Austria

Open-Air Museum of the Mountain War 1915–1917, Plöckenpass, Carinthia, Austria

The area of the “Open-Air Museum of the Mountain War 1915–1917 Plöckenpass” consists of the Hausalm, MG-Nase, Kleiner Pal and Cellonstollen sectors.

In the area of the Kleiner Pal sector more than 70 historic objects have again been made accessible.

Austria, Carinthia

Gate of Heroes, Veszprém Town, Hungary

Gate of Heroes, Veszprém Town, Hungary

Name of the Artwork: Gate of Heroes and Angel statuary

Created by: Rumi-Rajki István based on plans of Pázmándy István

Date of setting: 1939, renovated in 2013.

Location: 8200 Veszprem Castle Street No 2., Parcel number 286.

Just above the cove of the Gate in the cabins there are two stone Angels holding a bayrope in ther hands. Between the two Angels a sword can be seen coated by bay garlang and it shows the numbers of the year of World War 1: 1914-1918

Hungary, Veszprém Town

Austro-Hungarian Military cemetery Hochgränten, East Tyrol, Austria

Austro-Hungarian Military cemetery Hochgränten, East Tyrol, Austria

The Hochgränten military cemetery was laid in 1915 by Austro-Hungarian soldiers. It contains the graves of four riflemen who lost their lives on 6 September 1915 on the ridge between the Hochgränten Joch and the Hollbrucker Spitz. The graves are decorated by wrought iron crosses and an obelisk with a cross and inscribed panel. The cemetery itself is surrounded by a stone wall with wrought iron chains and lattice doors.

Austria, East-Tyrol

“Russian cemetery” – camp cemetery of the former Grödig POW camp, Salzburg, Austria

“Russian cemetery” – camp cemetery of the former Grödig POW camp, Salzburg, Austria

The soldier cemetery or camp cemetery, also known as the “Russian cemetery”, is situated on the hill between the boroughs of Grödig and Anif (Neu-Anif). Prisoners of War and refugees from the time of World War I as well as soldiers from World War II are buried there. Various memorial stones commemorate the dead.

Austria, Salzburg

Water tower of the Marchtrenk POW camp, Upper Austria, Austria

Water tower of the Marchtrenk POW camp, Upper Austria, Austria

The water tower of the POW camp was built in 1915/16. Today it is situated in the middle of the residential area of the City of Marchtrenk.

Austria, Upper Austria

War Cemetery in Veľkrop, Východné Slovensko, Slovakia

War Cemetery in Veľkrop, Východné Slovensko, Slovakia

The war cemetery in Veľkrop is the biggest cemetery of the First World War in Slovakia in the region of Východné Slovensko/Prešovský kraj.

Slovakia,

Memorial Monument of Eighth Infantry Sea Regiment in Varna, Bulgaria

Memorial Monument of Eighth Infantry Sea Regiment in Varna, Bulgaria

The Monument is part of touristic attractions and it consists of a Memorial, which is a former portal of the barracks of the Eighth Infantry Sea Regiment. Currently, it is located at 113 Osmi Primorski Polk Boulevard. It was built in 1936 and the reason for building is the memory of several thousand fallen marines during the liberation and unification wars in 1912-1913 and 1915-1918.

Bulgaria, Northeastern, Varna Province

A Soldiers’ Monument at Old Cemetery Varna, Bulgaria

A Soldiers’ Monument at Old Cemetery Varna, Bulgaria

WWI Monument

Bulgaria, Varna Region

Pašino brdo (Werk IV), Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Pašino brdo (Werk IV), Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Situated east of Grdonj, Pašino brdo fortification is situated on the northern ridge of the old Sarajevo city walls. In Austro-Hungarian military it was categorized as Werk (fort). It has an armoured dome M80, in relatively good condition. The core consists of redoubt barracks story building, on which two joint domes M80 for mortar calibre 15 cm were placed.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Mala kula – Grdonj, Grdonj hill, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Mala kula – Grdonj, Grdonj hill, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Situated west of Pašino brdo, Mala Kula is situated on the ridge of the Grdonj hill. In Austro-Hungarian military it was categorized as guardhouse (Wachthaus). It is a standardized two-story building with two square-shaped protective “kaponiera” (cases) that provide close-in defence of small arms. Loopholes for small arms were amplified using iron plates.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Memorial Church of Holly Spirit on Javorca, Slovenia

Memorial Church of Holly Spirit on Javorca, Slovenia

The memorial church of the Holy Spirit is the most beautiful monument left from the period of the First World War. The church was built by 3rd Austro-Hungarian Army between 1916 and 1917. In the years 2007 and 2017 the church received the European Heritage Label.

Slovenia, Tolmin

Austro-Hungarian Military Cemetery Log pod Mangartom, Slovenia

Austro-Hungarian Military Cemetery Log pod Mangartom, Slovenia

The Austro-Hungarian military cemetery is the second stop on the Walk of Peace. On the cemetery are buried around 800 soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian Army, who died during the fights on the Isonzo Front (1915-1917) during the First World War.

Slovenia, Bovec