Cemeteries

The Jewish cemetery was built in 1747 and enlarged in 1905 and again in 1923. Until 1831, the deceased of the Jewish communities Neunkirchen and Ottweiler were buried here as well.

Memorial for people who died in the World Wars.

In the first century AD, an important Gallo-Roman settlement developed at the crossing point of the Roman roads leading from Metz to Mainz and from Trier to Strasbourg.

the Israelite Cemetery is situated in the southwest of Saarbrücken, just south of the Neue Bremm border crossing between Germany and France.

St. John's cemetery was laid out in 1883 and closed shortly thereafter, in 1917.

Thiaucourt-Regniéville is a commune in the Meurthe-et-Moselle department in the Lorraine region of north-eastern France. The German Military Cemetery was founded at the beginning of World War I.

20,3 hectares in extent, the Luxembourg American Cemetery is situated in a beautiful wooded area, just outside of Luxembourg City, in proximity to the airport.

Built in 1773 on the outskirts of Saarlouis, the old cemetery is listed as a historical site.