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A very well keep Memorial to all of the soldiers that gave their lives so that we can enjoy our freedom. The cemetery is a true fitting resting stop. The cemetery, which is 50.5 acres in extent contains the remains of 5,076 American service members.
The amount of respect paid and attention to keeping this memorial to US soldiers in pristine condition is beyond belief.
I honestly did not know what to expect but seeing this gives me so more respect for the LUX government and people for honoring our...More
It is impressive. It is a must seen place when visiting Luxembourg city. Already from the gates you can see that this is an American cemetary. When you step in, you feel you were teleported to USA. It is well maintained and you can learn...More
Visited the burial ground on my own, made the experience even more emotional. The idea of so many young lives lost gives you the chills. The great general Patton among his troops. Highly recommended if in Luxembourg and have some spare time on your hands.
It was on September 11th, when we had the great privilege to visit this cemetery where Americans known & unknown, lost their lives for our freedom. They served in the Army & Airforce. This Cemetary is honored ground that is beautifully maintained & respected. Monuments...More
So pleased to see that all those young American soldiers are remembered and revered for their sacrifice. We owe our current way of life and freedom to these young men and their comrades. The people of Luxembourg will never forget their efforts, nor should we....More
Cannot really express how much emotion welled up visiting the graves of so many young men who gave their all - REAL sacrifice. Our 87 year old guide, Rene, was in attendance as a Boy Scout to General Patton’s funeral procession. A must see for...More
There is no bus that will take you directly to the cemetery. To access the cemetery via bus from Luxembourg city, you can take Bus # 15. Common stops are Gare Rocade (bus stop behind the train station) and Wallis... More
There is no bus that will take you directly to the cemetery. To access the cemetery via bus from Luxembourg city, you can take Bus # 15. Common stops are Gare Rocade (bus stop behind the train station) and Wallis (bus stop a little bit more into the city). You want to take the bus to the cemetery in the direction of Hamm, rue de Bitbourg. You will get off the bus stop called Hamm, Käschtewee. After you get off the bus stop, you want to head in the direction of the roundabout that should be a little bit in front of you. Walk through the roundabout. When you reach a traffic light, take a right and follow the footpath. The footpath will begin to descend. Once you reach the end of the footpath, you will arrive on a road. Take a left. Walk up the road. You will come across the cemetery, which will be to your right. In total, the walk from the bus stop to the cemetery is less than one mile, or about 1.2 kilometers.
If you have any questions, please contact the cemetery at Luxembourg@abmc.gov.