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Kramolin WWI monument, Czech Republic

Small monument for soldiers fallen during WWI. The monument is the form of a road-side religious chapel-stone on a pedestal. On the pedestal are plates with inscription including names of fallen soldiers. The Stone sculpture shows an angel carrying an urn.

Czech Republic, Region of South Bohemia

Type of WWI-heritage

  • War monument


About 140 cm high, ground stone about 90x110 cm

State of repair/preservation


Historical WWI Context

No battles took place on the Czech lands, and virtually all fallen soldiers died abroad.

There is no indication on the monument where the soldiers died and from which regiment they were. However, the region falls under the reqruitment area of the 75th I.R.

State of legal protection

not protedted


Municipality of Jilovice

Kind of cultural use of WWI




Entrance Fee


Information regarding cities, villages, other touristic attractions (non-WWI) nearby

Kramolin is near the historic town of Trebon, which is a high quality touristic destination and the centre of the UNESCO Trebon Biosphere Reservce.



Close to the historic town of Trebon, which is a high quality toursit destination with all facilities.

Numerous hotels, B&B and camping places in the vicinity.


Public Transport

Occaional bus connections. Trebon (at 12 km) has a regional bus station and two train stations. Ceske Budejovice (at 22 km) is a mayor regional public transport hub.

Museums Private Collections

Kojakovice Museum covering rural life from 1848 to 1918, including permanent WWI exhibition



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