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Kálvária cemetery, Baja, Hungary

The WWI graves are made from stone each market with the steel helmet having arround bayleaf. Two Bristish solders (M. Mac Leod and E.S. Lawrence) are buried in the cemetary who fighted during the Serbian occupation of Baja city in 1919.


Type of WWI-heritage

  • Military cemetery


25X25 m

State of repair/preservation

well managed

Historical WWI Context

WWI graves are placed in a separate part of the public cemetery of Baja city, South part of Hungary. Later one solders from the second WW was buried nearby the WWI graves.

State of legal protection

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Baja City Council

Kind of cultural use of WWI

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Entrance Fee

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

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Public Transport

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Further information sources

Other visiting sites: IV. Károly the last Hungarian King memorial at Baja city

Other heritage sites nearby

Museums Private Collections

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